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  • Videocon Industries Surges 10% on Fund-Raising Plans

    Videocon Industries Surges 10% on Fund-Raising Plans

    The company said in a filing to BSE that it plans to issue 15.7 million GDRs amounting to $45.21 million. It represents around 15.7 million equity shares at a price of $2.88 per GDR, equivalent to approximately Rs 181.61 per equity share, which is over 14 per cent higher from its closing price of Rs 158.85 on Friday.

  • Nifty Hovers Around 8,250; RIL, ICICI Bank Weigh

    Nifty Hovers Around 8,250; RIL, ICICI Bank Weigh

    IT stocks witnessed some profit booking today after two consecutive days of gains. HCL Tech was the top loser in Nifty, down 1.3 per cent. Infosys, Tech Mahindra and TCS also fell between 0.5 to 1 per cent. The IT sub-index of National Stock Exchange fell 0.6 per cent.

  • Electrosteel Castings Plunges 20% After CBI Files Case

    Electrosteel Castings Plunges 20% After CBI Files Case

    Shares of Electrosteel Castings and Electrosteel Steel plunged on Monday after reports citing sources said the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has registered case against the companies with allocation of coal block.

  • Nikkei Hits 2-Week High as Energy Firms Shine

    Nikkei Hits 2-Week High as Energy Firms Shine

    Oil refiner Showa Shell Sekiyu was the highlight of the session, surging 25.6 per cent after media reported the oil refiner was in talks to be acquired by a larger rival, Idemitsu Kosan Co Ltd, for up to 500 billion yen ($4.2 billion) in a deal that could create Japan's second largest player in the domestic gasoline market.

  • Sensex, Nifty Edge Higher, Metal Stocks Gain

    Sensex, Nifty Edge Higher, Metal Stocks Gain

    Indian markets were higher on Monday but could not sustain early gains. Tracking higher global markets, the BSE Sensex gained much as 130 points to 27,509, while the 50-share Nifty crossed the 8,250 mark.

  • Bajaj Auto Gains on Sri Lanka Order, but Macquarie's Call Weighs

    Bajaj Auto Gains on Sri Lanka Order, but Macquarie's Call Weighs

    Bajaj Auto shares gained more than 1 per cent on Monday, with the stock outperforming the broader auto sub-index on the BSE in early trade.

  • Buy Cairn India, Zee Entertainment: Sanjeev Bhasin

    Buy Cairn India, Zee Entertainment: Sanjeev Bhasin

    Indian stock markets are likely to be volatile in the holiday-shortened week. Derivative contracts for the December series will expire on Wednesday, a day ahead of schedule because of Christmas holiday on Thursday.

  • Nikkei Opens Higher, Weak Yen Supports

    Nikkei Opens Higher, Weak Yen Supports

    A weak yen is a positive for Japanese exporters as it makes them more competitive abroad and increases profits when they are repatriated.

  • MF Exposure to Bank Stocks Surges to Rs 70,000 Crore in November

    MF Exposure to Bank Stocks Surges to Rs 70,000 Crore in November

    The mutual fund industry is betting big on banking stocks as its equity exposure to the sector climbs to an all-time high of over Rs 70,000 crore in November amid the market rally.

  • 2014: Foreign Inflow in Indian Capital Markets at Rs 2.6 Lakh Crore

    2014: Foreign Inflow in Indian Capital Markets at Rs 2.6 Lakh Crore

    Overseas investors have poured in over Rs 14,000 crore in the Indian capital markets this month so far, taking total inflows to a staggering Rs 2.6 lakh crore this year.

  • India Cuts US Government Securities Exposure to $77.5 Billion in October

    India Cuts US Government Securities Exposure to $77.5 Billion in October

    India has trimmed its holdings of US government securities to $77.5 billion at the end of October even as the world's largest economy is expanding at a moderate pace.

  • 2014: Small Scrips Fetch Bigger Returns on Dalal Street

    2014: Small Scrips Fetch Bigger Returns on Dalal Street

    The spectacular rally on Dalal Street has brought cheers for the minnows of the equity market, helping smaller stocks to outperform their large blue-chip peers with a bumper surge of up to 60 per cent in 2014.

  • TCS, 7 Others Add Rs 55,171 Crore to Market Value

    TCS, 7 Others Add Rs 55,171 Crore to Market Value

    Led by Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) and Oil & Natural Gas Corp (ONGC), eight of the ten most valued companies added a combined Rs 55,171 crore to their market valuations in the week to December 19.

  • Stocks May Remain Volatile Amid Derivatives Expiry: Experts

    Stocks May Remain Volatile Amid Derivatives Expiry: Experts

    Stock markets may remain volatile amid derivatives expiry in a holiday-shortened week ahead, according to experts.

  • Rouble Crash Hits Markets, but India Story to Continue in 2015: Sanjeev Bhasin

    Rouble Crash Hits Markets, but India Story to Continue in 2015: Sanjeev Bhasin

    Indian stock markets should stabilise over the next few days after a roller-coaster week saw currencies, stocks and bonds suffer from the crash in Russian rouble.

  • 2015 Could be Another Fantastic Year for Investors: Raghu Kumar

    2015 Could be Another Fantastic Year for Investors: Raghu Kumar

    Looking at the macroeconomics, 2015 should be a continuation of the second half of 2014: strengthened GDP, falling inflation, a stable currency, and strong FII inflows. GDP can pick up to 6-7 per cent from the current 5-6 per cent levels. With interest rates kept high, we can expect inflation to remain low.

  • Markets Week ahead: Parliament's Winter Session Ends, Global Markets Key

    Markets Week ahead: Parliament's Winter Session Ends, Global Markets Key

    Rupee expected to hold in 62.50 to 63.50 range

  • Rupee Ends At 63.29, Sees Worst Week Since August

    Rupee Ends At 63.29, Sees Worst Week Since August

    The partially convertible rupee closed weaker at 63.2950/3050 per dollar compared with Thursday's close of 63.11/12. On the week, the unit dropped 1.6 percent, its worst weekly fall since its 1.8 percent decline in the week to August 1.

  • Sensex Gains 245 Points; IT Stocks, Reliance Lead

    Sensex Gains 245 Points; IT Stocks, Reliance Lead

    Investors remained encouraged after the cabinet approved a constitutional amendment bill on Wednesday to rationalise state and central indirect taxes into a harmonised goods and services tax (GST).

  • Monte Carlo Bombs on Debut, Sinks 18%

    Monte Carlo Bombs on Debut, Sinks 18%

    Monte Carlo shares listed at Rs 584 on the exchanges on Friday, nearly 9.5 per cent lower from the issue price of Rs 645. The stock slumped to Rs 530 on the National Stock Exchange, down 18 per cent from the issue price, before making some recovery.

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