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  • Ranbaxy, United Spirits, SpiceJet in Focus Today

    Ranbaxy, United Spirits, SpiceJet in Focus Today

    The Nifty opened higher on Friday tracking higher global markets. Nifty futures traded on Singapore Stock Exchange also indicate towards an opening above 7,900. Foreign investors continue to be net buyers of Indian equities for the seventh straight session. FIIs bought cash shares worth Rs 413 crore on Thursday and domestic investors were net buyers to the tune of Rs 64 crore.

  • Zee Entertainment, United Spirits, TVS Motor in Focus Today

    Zee Entertainment, United Spirits, TVS Motor in Focus Today

    The Nifty opened flat on Thursday as indicated by futures trade on Singapore Stock Exchange. Foreign investors continue to remain net buyers of Indian equities as they bought cash shares worth Rs 251 crore on Thursday. However domestic investors sold shares to the tune of Rs 481 crore. Nifty is likely to consolidate near 7,900 levels today.

  • HDFC Bank, Just Dial, Ashok Leyland in Focus Today

    HDFC Bank, Just Dial, Ashok Leyland in Focus Today

    The Nifty opened flat on Wednesday. Foreign investors continue to pump in money into Indian equities. FIIs (Foreign Institutional Investors) bought shares worth Rs 559 crore on Tuesday whereas domestic investors remained net sellers to the tune of Rs 263 crore. Crude oil which continues to remain near 14-month low is likely to underpin sentiments further.

  • BPCL, JSW Steel, HPCL in Focus Today

    BPCL, JSW Steel, HPCL in Focus Today

    The Nifty opened above 7,900 mark on Tuesday tracking positive global market. Foreign investors bought Indian shares worth Rs 473 crore whereas domestic investors bought shares worth Rs 490 crore on Monday. Brent crude which fell to a low of $101.1 per barrel on Monday is likely to trigger further buying in oil marketing companies today.

  • Cipla, RCom, Reliance Capital in Focus Today

    Cipla, RCom, Reliance Capital in Focus Today

    The Nifty opened lower on Monday as indicated by futures trade on Singapore Stock Exchange. Both foreign and domestic investors remained net buyers of Indian equities on Thursday. Foreign investors bought shares worth Rs 625 crore and domestic investors were net buyers to the tune of Rs 136 crore. Lower crude oil price is likely to boost sentiments today.

  • New ATM Rules: What You Need To Know

    New ATM Rules: What You Need To Know

    From November, frequent use of bank ATMs will cost you more. The Reserve Bank of India has reduced free transactions in other bank ATMs to three per month in six metropolitan cities. Banks have also been allowed to levy charges beyond five transactions per month at own-bank ATMs.

  • Hindalco, Tata Steel, Cipla in Focus Today

    Hindalco, Tata Steel, Cipla in Focus Today

    The Nifty opened higher on Thursday tracking positive US markets and Asian markets. Foreign investors increased their buying momentum in Indian shares as they bought shares worth Rs 718 crore on Wednesday in cash segment. Crude oil which continues to stay near its 13-month low is likely to be a catalyst for our markets today. Market will also look for cues from wholesale inflation data due to be announced today.

  • ONGC, Tata Steel, BHEL in Focus Today

    ONGC, Tata Steel, BHEL in Focus Today

    The Nifty opened lower on Wednesday as indicated by futures trade on Singapore Stock Exchange. Foreign investors turned net buyers of India equities on Tuesday as they bought shares worth Rs 371 crore and domestic investors sold cash shares worth Rs 40 crore. The Nifty is likely to be under pressure today as both industrial production data and retail inflation data were disappointing.

  • Tata Motors, Coal India, Sun Pharma in Focus Today

    Tata Motors, Coal India, Sun Pharma in Focus Today

    The Nifty is likely to open higher on Tuesday as indicated by futures trade on Singapore Stock Exchange. Foreign investors remained net sellers of Indian equities to the tune of Rs 163 crore whereas domestic investors bought shares worth Rs 234 crore on Monday. Stock specific earnings reaction likely to drive market today.

  • REITs: What Investors Need to Know

    REITs: What Investors Need to Know

    Now, small investors can earn rental income from commercial properties like office space and malls. Bangalore, the IT capital of India, is expected to see the most action after the Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) approved the setting up of real estate investment trusts (REITs), a move that may offer a new source of financing to India's cash-strapped property developers.

  • HPCL, Tata Motors, IDBI Bank in Focus Today

    HPCL, Tata Motors, IDBI Bank in Focus Today

    The Nifty opened higher on Monday tracking higher opening in the Asian markets and a positive close in the US market on Friday. Nifty futures trading on Singapore Stock Exchange was also up 50 points as of 8.15 a.m.. Foreign investors sold shares worth Rs 504 crore on Friday in the cash market whereas domestic investors were net buyers to the tune of Rs 456 crore.

  • SBI, M&M, Bharti Airtel in Focus Today

    SBI, M&M, Bharti Airtel in Focus Today

    The Nifty opened lower on Friday on the back of geopolitical tensions which triggered a global sell off. Foreign investors sold Indian shares worth Rs 73 crore on Thursday whereas domestic investors were net buyers to the tune of Rs 229 crore. Rupee also opened 46 paise lower today.

  • Infosys, Wipro, JSPL in Focus Today

    Infosys, Wipro, JSPL in Focus Today

    The Nifty opened lower on Thursday as indicated by futures trade on Singapore Stock Exchange. Both foreign and domestic investors remained net buyers of Indian equities on Wednesday. FIIs bought shares worth Rs 284 crore whereas domestic investors were net buyers to the tune of Rs 33 crore.

  • Hero MotoCorp, JSPL, Bata in Focus Today

    Hero MotoCorp, JSPL, Bata in Focus Today

    The Nifty opened lower on Wednesday as indicated by futures trade on Singapore Stock Exchange. Both foreign investors and retail investors turned net buyers of Indian equities on cash market on Monday but with a reduced momentum. FIIs bought shares worth Rs 53 crore whereas domestic investors were net buyers to the tune of 62 crore. Indian markets are likely to be under pressure due to global weakness in equity markets.

  • Hero MotoCorp, ITC, Bata India in Focus Today

    Hero MotoCorp, ITC, Bata India in Focus Today

    The Nifty opened higher on Tuesday. Foreign investors resumed their buying momentum on Monday after three days of selling. FIIs bought cash shares worth Rs 373 crore, however domestic investors remained net sellers to the tune of Rs 251 crore on Monday. Market will look for cues from the Reserve Bank's credit policy due to be announced today.

  • TVS Motor, Grasim Industries, Syndicate Bank in Focus Today

    TVS Motor, Grasim Industries, Syndicate Bank in Focus Today

    The Nifty opened higher on Monday as indicated by the futures trade on Singapore Stock Exchange. Foreign investors sold stocks worth Rs 1,073 crore on Friday. However domestic investors offset the selling as they bought stocks worth Rs 1,075 crore in cash market. Indian markets are likely to benefit from lower brent crude prices which have fallen to below $105 per barrel.

  • Insurance Bill Likely to be Discussed in Rajya Sabha on Monday

    Insurance Bill Likely to be Discussed in Rajya Sabha on Monday

    The Narendra Modi government's first big reform - the Insurance Amendment Bill - is now expected to come up in the Rajya Sabha on Monday. The government is trying to talk opposition parties into supporting it.

  • Modi Government's First Big Reform Push: Insurance Bill in Parliament Today

    Modi Government's First Big Reform Push: Insurance Bill in Parliament Today

    The two-month-old Narendra Modi government is set to push its first big reforms; it is expected to introduce in Parliament today, the Insurance Amendment Bill and the Sebi Act, which seeks to provide more teeth to the market regulator.

  • Bharti Airtel, L&T, Dr Reddy's Lab in Focus Today

    Bharti Airtel, L&T, Dr Reddy's Lab in Focus Today

    The Nifty opened lower on Wednesday as indicated by futures trade on Singapore Stock Exchange. Both foreign and domestic investors remain net buyers of Indian shares on Monday. Foreign investors bought shares worth Rs 75 crore and domestic investors bought shares worth Rs56 crore. Stock specific action driven by earning is likely to be seen in market today.

  • HUL, L&T, Bank of Baroda in Focus Today

    HUL, L&T, Bank of Baroda in Focus Today

    The Nifty opened flat on Monday as indicated by futures trade on Singapore Stock Exchange. Foreign investors continued to remain net buyers of Indian shares to the tune of Rs 126 crore on Friday however domestic investors sold stocks worth Rs 210 crore. Nifty is likely to witness increased volatility this week due to expiry on Thursday.

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