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  • Wall Street Week Ahead: Look to Energy Names for Global Demand Clues

    Wall Street Week Ahead: Look to Energy Names for Global Demand Clues

    Slumping energy shares drove the recent US stock market selloff more than any other major group, so investors are turning to next week's slate of earnings to see if the sector can pull itself out of the pit.

  • Markets Week Ahead: Earnings, Global Events Key as Sentiment Improves

    Markets Week Ahead: Earnings, Global Events Key as Sentiment Improves

    A slew of earnings from blue-chip including Maruti Suzuki and ICICI Bank are expected to set tone for the markets this week.

  • Wholesale Commodity Markets in Delhi Closed on Saturday

    Wholesale Commodity Markets in Delhi Closed on Saturday

    Wholesale commodity markets were closed in the national capital on Saturday.

  • S&P 500 Posts Best Week Since January 2013

    S&P 500 Posts Best Week Since January 2013

    US stocks closed out their best week since January 2013 on Friday, helped by earnings from Microsoft and Procter & Gamble and as concerns eased over the possible spread of Ebola in the United States.

  • Wall Street Rises on Earnings, on Track to Snap Four-Week Drop

    Wall Street Rises on Earnings, on Track to Snap Four-Week Drop

    US stocks advanced on Friday, as earnings from Microsoft and Procter & Gamble and easing concerns over the possible spread of Ebola in the United States helped put the S&P on track to snap a four-week losing skid.

  • Regulator Takes Fresh Measures to Boost Liquidity in Commodity Market

    Regulator Takes Fresh Measures to Boost Liquidity in Commodity Market

    Amid a sharp decline in the turnover of commodity exchanges, the Forward Markets Regulator (FMC) has come out with a revised policy to allow traders to take higher positions in commodities traded on the exchanges in order to improve depth and liquidity in the market.

  • Nikkei Rises to Two-Week High on Weak Yen

    Nikkei Rises to Two-Week High on Weak Yen

    Japanese shares rose to a two-week high on Friday as the weaker yen lifted exporters, while renewed fears about the spread of the Ebola virus in the United States bolstered Ebola-related stocks such as Fujifilm Holdings Corp.

  • Betting On the Beaten Up? Investors Pin Hopes on Stocks in Europe, Japan

    Betting On the Beaten Up? Investors Pin Hopes on Stocks in Europe, Japan

    Standard Life Investments, Goldman Sachs Asset Management, and Seven Investment Management are among those who believe in the potential returns to be found in European and Japanese stocks. Depreciating currencies, compelling valuations and rich dividend yields are among the biggest attractions. European banks, for instance, haven't looked this cheap since the 1980s, investment managers said.

  • Asia Markets Mixed Despite Wall Street Gains

    Asia Markets Mixed Despite Wall Street Gains

    Tokyo rose 0.79 per cent by the break and Shanghai climbed 0.20 per cent in early trade, but Hong Kong slipped 0.33 per cent in the morning, Seoul shed 0.48 per cent and Sydney was down 0.20 per cent.

  • Wall Street Gains on Industrial Earnings but Ends Off Highs

    Wall Street Gains on Industrial Earnings but Ends Off Highs

    The Dow Jones industrial average rose 216.58 points, or 1.32 per cent, to 16,677.9, the S&P 500 gained 23.71 points, or 1.23 per cent, to 1,950.82 and the Nasdaq Composite added 69.95 points, or 1.6 per cent, to 4,452.79.

  • US Stock Futures Tumble on Reports of Ebola Case in New York

    US Stock Futures Tumble on Reports of Ebola Case in New York

    The markets ignored positive earnings earlier this month, when the world's share prices hit multi-month lows, overwhelmed by fears that sluggishness in Europe and Asia could deal a severe blow to the US economy as well.

  • Nifty Ends at 1-Month High Above 8,000 in Muhurat Trade

    Nifty Ends at 1-Month High Above 8,000 in Muhurat Trade

    The BSE Sensex and Nifty ended higher today in the special 'Muhurat trading' session to mark the festival of Diwali. This marks their fifth gain in a row.

  • Wipro Fails to Impress in Q2, Falls 5% in Muhurat Trade

    Wipro Fails to Impress in Q2, Falls 5% in Muhurat Trade

    The BSE Sensex and Nifty got off to a positive start in Muhurat trading on Thursday, but shares in IT major Wipro fell as much as 5 per cent. Wipro, which had missed its earnings estimate in the September quarter, was also the top loser in the 50-share Nifty.

  • BSE Sensex, Nifty Move Higher in Muhurat Trading

    BSE Sensex, Nifty Move Higher in Muhurat Trading

    Indian markets have rallied in the past four sessions, buoyed by gains in global markets and energy sector reforms announced by the government.

  • Muhurat Trading on BSE, NSE to Start at 6:15 pm Today

    Muhurat Trading on BSE, NSE to Start at 6:15 pm Today

    Sensex and Nifty indices ended with more than 25 per cent gains in Samvat 2070, a one-year period in the Hindu calendar measured from one Diwali to another.

  • Samvat 2071: Top Stock Picks From Brokerages

    Samvat 2071: Top Stock Picks From Brokerages

    Samvat 2070, the one-year period from previous Diwali to Wednesday, turned out to be the best for Indian stocks in five years. Analysts expect Samvat 2071, which begins on Thursday, to be even more profitable for investors.

  • Bullish Bets on Rupee Rise To Five-Month High: Poll

    Bullish Bets on Rupee Rise To Five-Month High: Poll

    Hopes of more reforms and views that the US Federal Reserve will hold off on interest rate hikes for a longer time led to the bullish sentiment on the rupee.

  • Samvat 2070: Sensex Posts Biggest Gain in Five Years, BPCL Leads

    Samvat 2070: Sensex Posts Biggest Gain in Five Years, BPCL Leads

    Buying by foreign funds, a stable government at the centre and hopes of big bang reforms have lifted domestic stock markets to record highs in Samvat 2070.

  • Asia Stocks Hobbled by Growth Anxiety, China PMI Fails to Impress

    Asia Stocks Hobbled by Growth Anxiety, China PMI Fails to Impress

    Asian shares sagged on Thursday after a retreat on Wall Street and falling crude oil prices rekindled investor anxiety over slowing global growth, while a mixed picture on Chinese manufacturing failed to impress markets.

  • Banking Stocks Top Picks of UBS for Next One Year

    Banking Stocks Top Picks of UBS for Next One Year

    Gautam Chhaochharia, head of India research at UBS Securities, expects banking and financial stocks to benefit drop in faster-than-expected drop in effective interest rates on the back of a fall in inflation.

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