You are here:HomeMarket

Market

  • FII Tax Liability to be Much Lower Post DTAA Benefits: Report

    FII Tax Liability to be Much Lower Post DTAA Benefits: Report

    Following a ruling by the AAR, the revenue department has sent notices to 68 foreign institutional investors (FIIs) for payment of dues totalling Rs 602.83 crore towards Minimum Alternate Tax (MAT).

  • 'Flash Crash' Manipulation Hard to Detect: US Regulator

    'Flash Crash' Manipulation Hard to Detect: US Regulator

    The type of alleged market manipulation by the British trader accused of helping provoke the "flash crash" in 2010 is hard to detect, the chief of the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority said on Friday.

  • Tech Triumvirate Propels Nasdaq, S&P to Record Highs

    Tech Triumvirate Propels Nasdaq, S&P to Record Highs

    The Nasdaq Composite and S&P 500 chalked up record high closes on Friday, propelled by strong results from tech behemoths Google, Amazon and Microsoft.

  • Safeguards in Place to Check P-Note Misuse: Jayant Sinha

    Safeguards in Place to Check P-Note Misuse: Jayant Sinha

    The government on Friday said safeguards have been put in place to prevent misuse of Participatory Notes or P-Notes.

  • Markets Seen Trading With Downward Bias; Fed Key

    Markets Seen Trading With Downward Bias; Fed Key

    India's debt and forex markets are expected to remain ranged next week with a downward bias ahead of the Federal Reserve meeting outcome

  • Government Allows Investing 5% of PF Money in Stock Market

    Government Allows Investing 5% of PF Money in Stock Market

    The government has allowed the Employees' Provident Fund Organisation (EPFO) to invest 5 per cent of its corpus in exchange traded funds (ETFs) which will result into an inflow of around Rs 5,000 crore into the stock markets during this fiscal year.

  • Crisil Surges 17% on Share Buy-Back Plans

    Crisil Surges 17% on Share Buy-Back Plans

    In a release to exchanges on Thursday Crisil said that its board in its meeting on April 28, 2015, will consider the buy-back proposal.

  • Cairn India Slumps 5% on First Quarterly Loss in 7 Years

    Cairn India Slumps 5% on First Quarterly Loss in 7 Years

    Cairn India took a one-time hit of Rs 505 crore before tax on account of impairment loss in Sri Lanka. The company also wrote off Rs 552 crore in exploration cost for failed wells in KG basin.

  • Government to Rule on MAT Claims for Tax Treaty Investors Within a Month

    Government to Rule on MAT Claims for Tax Treaty Investors Within a Month

    Foreign investors in India previously paid 15 per cent on short-term listed equity gains, 5 per cent on gains from bonds, and nothing on long-term gains. However, from late 2014 many firms received notices demanding payment of a so-called minimum alternative tax (MAT) on past income.

  • IT Stocks Fall as Infosys Misses Q4 Estimates

    IT Stocks Fall as Infosys Misses Q4 Estimates

    Infosys on Friday reported a net profit of Rs 3,097 crore on sales of Rs 13,411 crore for the March quarter. Analysts polled by NDTV had estimated the company to report a net profit of Rs 3,174 crore on sales of Rs 13,898 crore.

  • Crompton Greaves Falls as Company Plans Sale of Consumer Business

    Crompton Greaves Falls as Company Plans Sale of Consumer Business

    A consortium led by US private equity firm Advent International Corp is set to buy the consumer products business of Crompton Greaves for up to Rs 2000 crore,

  • Notices to 68 FIIs to Recover Rs 602 Cr Tax Towards MAT: Jayant Sinha

    Notices to 68 FIIs to Recover Rs 602 Cr Tax Towards MAT: Jayant Sinha

    The Income Tax Department has sent notices in 68 cases to foreign institutional investors (FIIs) for payment of dues totalling Rs 608.83 crore towards Minimum Alternate Tax (MAT), Parliament was informed on Friday.

  • Infosys Q4: Why Shares Tanked Nearly 7% Despite Bonus Issue

    Infosys Shares Drop Nearly 7% on Q4 Miss

    Infosys shares fell nearly 7 per cent on Friday after the company reported its March quarter earnings. The huge selloff in Infosys, the stock with the largest weightage in the Nifty, had a damaging impact on broader markets. The BSE Sensex slumped as much as 391 points, while the Nifty slipped 125 points in intraday trade. The huge selloff in Infosys came despite the company announcing a bonus issue and higher dividend payouts, moves that will benefit shareholders.

  • Sensex Falls Over 1,000 Points in a Week; IT Earnings Weigh

    Sensex Falls Over 1,000 Points in a Week; IT Earnings Weigh

    The Sensex has shed over 1,500 points in the last seven trading sessions, largely on the back of a selloff by foreign institutional investors.

  • Sensex, Nifty Head for Another Big Fall; Infosys Q4 Misses Estimates

    Sensex, Nifty Head for Another Big Fall; Infosys Q4 Misses Estimates

    The Sensex has shed over 1,500 points in the last seven trading sessions, largely on the back of a selloff by foreign institutional investors.

  • Global Equities at All-Time High Post-Nasdaq Record

    Global Equities at All-Time High Post-Nasdaq Record

    Global equity markets rode to new all-time highs on Friday, with positive corporate updates in Europe and a post-dotcom-boom peak for the US Nasdaq stoking investor optimism.

  • Sensex, Nifty Head For Another Big Fall; Infosys Q4 Eyed

    Sensex, Nifty Head For Another Big Fall; Infosys Q4 Eyed

    The Sensex has shed over 1,500 points in the last seven trading sessions, largely on the back of a selloff by foreign institutional investors.

  • Bank Nifty Falls 1%; Yes Bank, IndusInd Among Top Losers

    Bank Nifty Falls 1%; Yes Bank, IndusInd Among Top Losers

    Among the banking stocks, Bank of Baroda, Yes Bank and IndusInd Bank fell over 2 per cent. Among other major losers, Kotak Mahindra Bank and HDFC lost over 1.5 per cent.

  • Sensex Edges Lower; Banking, Power Stocks Drag

    Sensex Edges Lower; Banking, Power Stocks Drag

    The 50-share Nifty opened below its important level of 8,400 led by losses in blue-chip counters like HDFC, M&M, HUL, L&T and Axis Bank.

  • M&M Finance Surges 4% on Strong Q4

    M&M Finance Surges 4% on Strong Q4

    Shares of Mahindra & Mahindra Financial Services (Mahindra Finance) rose nearly 4 per cent at its day's high of Rs 292 after the non-banking finance company posted better-than-expected March quarterly results.

Advertisement

Social Sharing

Advertisement

Advertisement

Poll

2
Market Data provided by © Accord Fintech.
© Copyright NDTV Convergence Limited 2015. All rights reserved.