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    On the sector front, most indices witnessed selling pressure, except auto and oil gas which ended marginally in the green. Realty, banking, and capital goods were amongst the top losers.

    Nifty reclaims 200-DMA to close above 10,800; book profit on rallies

    A powerful day for the bulls as they pushed benchmark indices above crucial resistance levels towards the close of the trade on February 25. The S&P BSE Sensex reclaimed Mount 36K while the Nifty50 breached 10,800 on the upside thanks to positive global cues. Approval of GST council to lower the tax rate on under…

    Nifty could touch 10,900 soon, long traders should keep 10,580 as SL#39;

    Bulls remained in control of D-Street for the second consecutive day in a row on February 21 after falling for eight consecutive days in a row and formed a bull candle on the daily charts. The index is comfortable trading above its 100-day moving average as well as 5 and 13-days exponential moving average (EMA)…

    Sensex snaps 8-day losing streak; Pain not over, yet!

    A breather for D-Street! Indian market snapped its 8-day losing streak and closed with handsome gains led by large-cap names. The S&P BSE Sensex rallied over 400 points after 13 sessions while Nifty50 reclaimed 10700 levels. It posted best daily gain since Jan 31, 2019, when the index rose by 1.68 percent. The metal pack…

    7 days of selling results in Mcap erosion of Rs 6.4 lakh crore

    A manic Monday for D-Street as bears pushed the index deep in red for the seventh consecutive day in a row on February 18 that resulted in the erosion of over Rs 6 lakh crore of the market capitalisation of investors on the BSE. The average market capitalisation of BSE listed companies fell from Rs…

    Equities end lower for 6th straight session

    Rise in crude prices and a marginal depreciation in rupee, among others, weighed on the indices. Benchmarks closed the session in the red, but a last hour recovery helped them trim these losses. The Nifty managed to hold 10,700, while the Sensex ended above 35,800-mark. The Nifty Midcap index underperformed the benchmarks, which kept the…

    Indices end lower despite positive global cues; Nifty below 10,750

    Despite firm global cues, equity benchmarks in India closed with cuts of 0.30 percent, with the Nifty ending below 10,800-mark. The Sensex ended over 100 points lower. Global markets witnessed a rally as investors hoped for a positive outcome of the meeting between US and China. But the rally failed to have an impact on…

    Equities give up all gains, Nifty below 10,800

    Equity benchmarks closed the session with cuts of 0.3 percent on Wednesday, even as global cues remained positive. Selling in the last hour weighed on frontline indices. The Sensex managed to end just above 36,000 and the Nifty closed below 10,800. Selling was visible across sectors, with maximum pain seen around automobiles, banks, infrastructure and…

    Positive global cues fail to cheer markets; Nifty falls below 10,900

    Equities continued their negative run for the second straight day as last hour selling weighed big. The Nifty closed below 10,900, while the Sensex slipped over 300 points from the day’s high points. Interestingly, the fall took place due to weak domestic cues, as global markets witnessed a rally. Investors there were hopeful of some…