Market Watch

  • The market ended higher after a smart  rally throughout the day. The Sensex ended up 241.01 points or 0.9 percent at 26866.92, and the Nifty up 68.30 points or 0.8 percent at 8238.50. About 1381 shares have advanced, 1194 shares declined, and 193 shares are unchanged. 
     
    The government has made slew of announcements for various sectors by opening FDI. It has approved 74 percent FDI in brownfield pharma under automatic route, 100 percent in scheduled airlines & defence sectors. Dr Reddy's, Biocon Reliance Defence and Jet Airways ralli

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  • The BSE Sensex rose on Friday after the killing of a pro-EU British politician was seen swaying sentiment in Britain toward the "Remain" camp ahead of the referendum next week.
     
    Coal India rose as much as 2.16 pct after the country's coal secretary called on power-generating companies to stop importing coal and source it from Coal India instead, according to a government statement.
     
    Campaigning for the June 23 vote was suspended after Labour Party lawmaker Jo Cox, who vocally advocated for Britain rem

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  • Indian shares ended lower on Thursday, as negative sentiment persisted across the globe after the Bank of Japan and the U.S. Federal Reserve acknowledged concerns over Britain's likely exit from the European Union while keeping key policy rates steady.
     
    The BSE index fell 0.75 percent to 26,525.46.
     
    The broader NSE index was down 0.8 percent at 8,140.75, after falling as much as 1.6 percent earlier in the day.
     
    In the 50-share index, Hindalco, GAIL, Asian Paints, HUL and Eich

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  • Public sector oil marketing companies will increase the retail selling price of petrol and diesel by 5 paise a litre and ₹ 1.26 a litre respectively in Delhi with a corresponding increase in other States. The increase includes State levies and will be applicable from midnight June 15/June 16.
     
    After the price change, petrol will cost ₹ 65.65 a litre in Delhi while diesel will cost ₹ 55.19 a litre. 
     
    “The current level of international product prices of petrol & diesel and the rupee-

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