Live Market- Sensex down 143.61 Pts, Nifty decline 60.30 Pts, stock tips today

The Sensex climbed 75 points to 31,365 toward the begin today, helped by domestic market and Foreign in the midst of mixed Asian pointers. Alert set in as financial specialists waited for the launch of the Goods and Services Tax (GST) due on July 1. The 30-share record progressed 74.65 points, or 0.23 percent, to 31,365.39. It had increased 7.10 points in the previous session. Sectoral indices, for example, realty, healthcare, IT and power ruled higher, up by up to 1.09 percent. Live Market- The 30-share Sensex down 143.61 points or 0.46% at 31147.13, it was touched a high of 31,365.39 and to...
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15 June Market Live- Sensex Nifty down trend, Stock Trading Tips Today

The Market opens flat note in morning session on Thursday. The BSE Sensex down 9.91 points or 0.03% at 31146.00, it touching a high of 31229.44 and touch a low of 31113.43. The NSE Nifty index falls 15.75 points or 0.16% at 9602.40. Among Bank nifty index down 84.40 points or 0.36% at 23414.30 and NSE IT index drop 42.00 points at 10324.10. Meanwhile The Indian Rupee opened marginally higher 65.09 per Dollar previous close 65.05. Rupee/dollar currency exchange rate 64.2725 -0.02 (-0.04%). Nifty Top Gainers- Auropharma 5.94%, Dr.Reddy's 1.52%, Sunpharma 1.39%, Reliance 1.27%, Cipla 1.225, Lu...
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Fertilizer stocks in demand as monsoon hit in Kerala and North-East India

Since the monsoon is about to arrive in Southern and north-east India, in line with the IMD’s forecast, the fertilizer stocks have been gaining force on stock exchanges, on Tuesday, 30 May 2017. As per IMD, the monsoon is expected to hit over the Indian mainland on June 1. With the hopes of normal rainfall in the year 2017, investors are preferring to buy the fertilizer stocks. The major fertilizer stocks such as Coromandel Agro Products was trading higher by 5 percent Rs 2.58 per share, while Zuari Agro Chem was trading higher by 3 percent at Rs 411 per share. Further, stocks of Rashtriya C...
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Indian Rupee appreciates against the dollar amid Sustained Sales of Dollar

The Indian rupee appreciated against the US dollar in early trades on Friday, 26 May 2017 amid continued selling of the American currency by banks and exporters. The dollar’s slow-moving against some currencies overseas, fuelled the foreign fund inflows and a higher opening in the domestic share market, which zoomed to new highs, aided the rupee. The rupee opened at Rs 64.56 against the USD and jumped to a high of 64.55 before sliding back to a low of 64.64 during the morning hours. In the spot currency market, the Indian rupee was last noticed trading at 64.61. On Thursday the rupee had gain...
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