In the closing trend, the rupee fell by 30 paise, at 79.47 against US Dollar, on September 14. As per the share market, the dollar index was trading at 0.35 per cent lower at 109.43. Brent crude futures, the global oil benchmark, advanced by 0.62 per cent to USD 93.75 per barrel. Furthermore, at market Sensex, BSE was 0.37% lower at 60,346.97, while NSE Nifty declined 0.37 % to 18,003.75
In early trades, rupee fell by 4 paise, to 79.56 against the US Dollar, on September 1. At the interbank foreign exchange market, the domestic currency opened at 79.55 per dollar, following to 79.56 per dollar. Moreover, BSE Sensex ended 770.48 points or 1.29 per cent lower at 58,766.59, while the broader NSE Nifty declined 216.50 points or 1.22 per cent to 17,542.80.
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In trade market, rupee once again fell by 4 paise to Rs 79.87 against US Dollar, on August 24. With the constant fall of INR, the dollar is strengthening in overseas markets and rose 0.11 per cent to 108.74. Furthermore, the 30-share Sensex was trading 141.45 points or 0.24% lower at 58,889.85, while the broader NSE Nifty was down 50.15 points or 0.29% to 17,527.35.
In early trade on June 29, the Indian currency decreased hitting a low record at 78.96 against the US dollar. At the interbank foreign exchange, the rupee opened at 78.86 against the US dollar, then inched to quote 78.96, registering a slip of 11 paise. Furthermore, Sensex was trading 474.05 points or 0.89% higher at 52,703.40 and the NSE Nifty advanced 137.75 points to 15,712.45.
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The Indian rupee hit a new record low, on June 23 as it closed all-time-low of 78.32 (provisional) against the US dollar. At the interbank foreign exchange market, the local currency opened at 78.26 and finally settled at its all-time low 78.32, remaining unchanged from the previous day's close. Also, the crude oil benchmark declined 0.99% to $110.63 per barrel, the BSE Sensex ended 443.19-points and NSE Nifty gained 143.35-points.
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National Stock Exchange (NSE) Former CEO & MD Chitra Ramkrishna was sent to CBI custody for seven days after the Delhi Court's order. Reportedly, accused Ramkrishna was arrested under the 2018 case of bourse manipulation on March 6. Earlier, on March 5, the anticipatory bail was rejected by the court. However, “Four years there was no action... The … read-more
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One97 communication, the parental company of Paytm, launched India's Largest Initial Public Offering (IPO) on November 18 on the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE). According to reports, amid the weak market sentiments, immediately after the launch, the shares of Paytm traded in the red zone and fell over 20 percent within minutes of trading. The IPO of the company was launched with a value estimated to be Rs 18,300 crores, reports.
The BSE benchmark index, the Sensex and NSE Nifty opened in green on November 12, after a three day red. In the opening deal, Sensex gained 328.35 points at 60,230.45 while Nifty gained 111.85 points at 17,985.45. Furthermore, the "top gainers" were reported to be Tata Steel, Sun Pharma, Tech Mahindra, Bajaj Finance, HDFC, Asian Paints and Infosys, while the "top losers"… read-more
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Equity opened in red, with BSE Sensex going down by 192.97 points at 60159.85 on November 11, 9:20 am, showed reports. Similarly, 50-scrip NSE was traded at 17951.50 which was reported to be down by 65.70 points. Besides, Firms that are involved in metal and consumer durables sectors were trading high, whereas the banking and information technology sector reported being trading at low, showed reports.
Indian benchmark BSE Sensex on February 16 surged over 300 points to touch an all-time high of 52,516.76 in early trade. Amid positive trend in global markets, index majors HDFC twins, Kotak Bank and Reliance Industries had driven the early gains. While ONGC emerged as the prime gainer, soaring by 4%, it was followed by IndusInd Bank, Kotak Bank, PowerGrid, SBI and Tech Mahindra. Besides, NSE Nifty also logged 15,431.75 points for the first… read-more