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  • HAPPY DEEPAWALI TO ALL !!!!

    30 October 2016 - 09:47 AM

    This Diwali, may the scrip called Life pay u Dividends of Joy & issue Bonus of Good Fortune
     
     
    May u get all the Rights Issue 2 enjoy Success in life. Let there be no Volatile Correction in ur happiness...
    You hit the upper circuit of prosperity everyday.
     
    Wish u & your family a  Bullish Diwali
  • Indian shares ended lower on Wednesday, dragged down by financial stocks after Axis Bank reported slump in quarterly net profit on Tuesday.
     
    The Nifty closed 0.88 percent lower at 8,615.25 after falling 1.09 percent earlier in the session.
     
    The Sensex ended 0.91 percent down at 27,836.51 after slumping as much as 1.18 percent earlier. Both the indexes recorded their biggest intra-day fall since Oct. 13.
     
    In the 50-share index, Idea Cellular, Kotak Mahindra Bank, Hero MotoCorp, Bh

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  • Indian shares ended higher on Monday, driven by strong performances by ICICI Bank and Tata Motors, as investors gear up for a crucial week of quarterly results.
     
    The Nifty closed up 0.18 percent at 8,708.95. The Sensex ended 0.36 percent higher at 28,179.08, after touching an over two-week high earlier in the session.
     
    The BSE Sensex closed 101.90 points, or 0.36 per cent up at 28179.08, while NSE Nifty index settled 15.90 points up at 8708.95. In the Nifty 50 index, Idea Cellular, Wipro, HCL Technologies, Asian Pa

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  • Indian shares closed slightly higher on Monday after three consecutive sessions of falls as investors saw less chance of Republican nominee Donald Trump winning next month's U.S. presidential election after a debate against Democratic rival Hillary Clinton.
     
    Nifty ended up 0.13 percent at 8,708.80 after falling 0.82 percent in the past three sessions, while Sensex closed 0.08 percent higher at 28,082.34.
     
    Indian financial markets will be closed on Tuesday and Wednesday for public holidays.
     

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  • Indian shares fell more than 1 percent on Monday, declining for a second straight session, as caution prevailed in global markets ahead of the U.S. presidential debate that will pit Donald Trump against Hillary Clinton.
     
    The Sensex ended down 1.30 percent at 28,294.28, after posting its biggest intraday percentage fall since Sept. 12.
     
    The Nifty lost 1.23 percent to 8,723.05.
     
    In the Nifty 50 index, BPCL, Coal India, Zee Entertainment, Lupin and Reliance Industries slipped by 3.0

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