Market Watch

  • In wake of decision to ban Rs. 500 and Rs. 1000 bank notes, Government has suspended the payment of Toll Taxes across all National Highways to ensure smooth passage of traffic. Union Minister of Road Transport & Highways Nitin Gadkari said that toll taxes have been suspended across all National Highways till midnight of November 11.
     
     
    “It has been decided to suspend Toll across all National Highway

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  • Indian shares fell more than 1 percent on Wednesday, cutting losses of over 6 percent intraday, as investors saw a move to withdraw from circulation higher-denomination banknotes as positive for the economy and leading to easing inflation.
     
     
    The recovery offset an initial bout of uncertainty about the banking measures and early trends indicating Republican candidate Donald Trump winning the U.S. presidential race.

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  • Indian shares closed more than 1 percent lower on Wednesday, as signs that the U.S. presidential race was tightening rattled global investor sentiment, sending Asian shares to seven-week lows and weakening the dollar.
     
    The Sensex ended 1.25 percent lower at 27,527.22.
     
    The broader Nifty was down 1.3 percent at 8,514, its lowest close in over three months.
     
    ONGC was the top Sensex loser, skidding 4.10 per cent to close at Rs 277.35, followed by Tata Motors, which fell 3.19 per cen

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  • The Sensex ended marginally lower on Tuesday, dragged down by losses in technology stocks, which offset gains in financial and auto shares as investors braced for key corporate results announcements later in the week.
     
    The BSE index fell 0.19 percent to 27,876.61, while the Nifty rose 0.01 percent to 8,626.25.
     
    The 30-share bundle started off positively at 27,966.18 and advanced to hit a high of 28,029.80. However, on selling in key bluechips at improved levels, it cracked below the 28,000-mark to a low of 27,845.6

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  • The market has ended in red in the one-hour Muhurat trading on Diwali. After a brief buying spree, the Nifty ended below 8650. 
     
    The 50-share index was down 12.30 points or 0.1 percent at 8625.70. The Sensex is down 11.30 points at 27930.21. About 1951 shares advanced, 519 shares declined, and 200 shares are unchanged. 
     
    Lupin, ONGC, Sun Pharma, Infosys and HUL were gainers while Dr Reddy's Labs, Tata Motors, Adani Ports, NTPC and HDFC were losers in the Sensex. 
     

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