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18 May Markets snap record-setting trend: Sensex open 100 points on weak global cues

Key benchmark indices opened lower following weak global cues as concerns over Donald Trump's administration spooked investors sentiment. At 10.20 am, the S&P BSE Sensex, was down 146.27 points or 0.48% at 30,512.50, while the Nifty-50 index was down 63.75 points or 0.67% at 9,462.00. The BSE MidCap index was down 1.08% and the SmallCap index was down 0.95%. As for buzzing stocks, TCS, Wipro Ltd and HDFC gained on BSE Sensex, while Dr Reddy's Laboratories, ICICI Bank, Axis bank and Adani Ports lost the most on the index. HUL fell about 0.3 percent even though the company has posted a 6...
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Shares of Kotak Mahindra Bank in Focus ahead of its QIP issue

Kotak Mahindra Bank has recently approved a QIP issue (Qualified institutional placements) at a price of Rs 913.24, per share, to raise the fund of about Rs 5600.00 Cores. The stock is the top gainer touching the fresh 52-week high of Rs 980.5% during the first half of today’s trading session. It is trading at above the crucial volume weighted average (VWA) price of Rs 970.66 per share, attracting the traded volume of 13,95,041 shares with traded value of Rs 135.41 Crore. In past seven trading sessions, Kotak Mahindra stock has witnessed more than 60% of deliverable quantity as with reference ...
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Oil companies’ stock slips in trade due to falling crude oil prices

Stocks of oil marketing company have tumbled in trade in the afternoon hours on Wednesday.  The global crude oil prices slipped down in Wednesday’s trade. The US crude data indicates a further rise in the inventories and oil supply across world. On Indian Multi commodity exchange, the crude oil futures contract for May series was trading lower by 0.13% at Rs. 3179 per barrel. The oil companies including Hindustan Petroleum Corp Ltd (HPCL), Bharat Petroleum Corp Limited (BCPL) Oil India Limited and Indian Oil Corpn (IOC) are losing their splendour in the afternoon hours on Wednesday. HPCL is...
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24 April Monday- Shares of HDIL surges 5.3% today

Shares of HDIL (Housing Development & Infrastructure Ltd.) was up 3.11% to Rs 94.55 at noon time on BSE. This surge extends Friday's gains attained by the company's launch of a new residential project in Mumbai. On the BSE, 22.78 lakh shares were traded on the counter against the average daily volumes (ADV) of 17.95 lakh shares in the past one quarter. The stock had hit a high and low of Rs 96.80 and Rs 92.10, respectively, during the day. HDIL stock had outperformed the market since the past one month till 21 April 2017, rising 17.41% compared with the Sensex fall of 0.41%. The scrip had...
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