Market registers small gains, Nifty ends Feb expiry at 8939

The key benchmark indices logged the day on a flat note amid a high volatile session of the week. The BSE Sensex, gained 28.26 points or 0.1% at 28,892.97, while the Nifty50 index rose 12.60 points or 0.14% to 8,939.50 at closing. The BSE Mid-Cap index was up 0.19%, while the BSE Small-Cap index was up 0.11%. Both these indices outperformed the Sensex. Intraday volatility was high. The key benchmark indices carried on to extend intraday gains till mid-afternoon trade. Domestic stocks trimmed gains in late trade on profit booking. Asian stocks were trading mixed note, since investors digeste...
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RISING STOCKS/SHARE OF MONDAY, 20 FEBRUARY 2017

The Indian markets ended on strong note on Monday closing. Sensex settled at 28661 up by 193 points whereas, Nifty ended up by 58 points at 8,879. Broader markets did better than the major indices today. BSE Mid-cap index closed at 13,514.49 levels, up by 91.60 points or 0.68%. BSE Small-cap index closed at 13,589.63 levels, up by 121.99 points or 0.91%. TCS was the top Nifty gainer. TCS announced buyback up to 5,61,40,351 equity shares of the company for an aggregate amount not exceeding Rs 16,000 crore per equity share. HDFC Bank closed in green up 2.18%.  Metal and mining stocks were in de...
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Institutional investors will be allowed to trade in commodities- SEBI

Institutional investors will be permitted to trade in commodities, said SEBI outgoing Chairman, UK Sinha, while addressing at the International Commodity Derivatives Conference in Mumbai. Institutional investors such as mutual funds, (MF) foreign portfolio investors (FPT), banks and insurance companies will be allowed to trade in the commodity market.   MFs will be the first to get the permission to trade in commodity, while SEBI is waiting for RBI's nod before permitting banks to enter the commodity market. Sinha also said that new products like options on futures will be introduced and the...
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Sensex Opens Flat, Tata Motors fell around 8% on Poor Q3 Results

Equity Benchmark indices opened the trading day on a flattish note tracking strong Asian markets after the US Fed Reserve Chairperson Janet Yellen hinted a possible rate hike in the forthcoming policy review. However, at 10:25 am, the BSE Sensex was trading at 28,300, down 40 points, while the broader Nifty50 was ruling at 8,784, down 8 points. In the broader market, BSE Midcap and BSE Smallcap gained 0.07% and 0.08% respectively. GAIL, ONGC, RIL and HDFC Bank were top gainers while Tata Motors, NTPC and Infosys were the top losers. Tata Motors fell around 8% on their poor Third quarter resul...
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