Market Watch

  • Indian shares fell on Monday as state-owned lenders retreated after Urjit Patel was named as the next central bank governor, which was seen as reducing the prospect of rate cuts in the near term and as continuing a push to aggressively clean up bad debt.
     
    The broader NSE index closed down 0.44 percent at 8,629.15, after falling 0.07 percent in the previous session.
     
    The benchmark BSE index ended 0.33 percent lower at 27,985.54.
     
    The Nifty Bank index lost 0.43 percent, with State

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  • Indian shares closed marginally lower on Friday as global sentiment was subdued following comments by some U.S. Federal Reserve officials, although gains in individual stocks such as State Bank of India supported indexes.
     
     
    The BSE Sensex closed down 0.17 percent at 28,077.00, ending the week about 0.3 percent lower.
     
    The broader NSE Nifty fell 0.07 percent to 8,666.90, closing lower for the sec

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  • Indian shares fell for a second consecutive session on Wednesday, reflecting the cautious sentiment in global markets after an influential U.S. Federal Reserve official said interest rates could rise as soon as September.
     
    The benchmark BSE Sensex fell 0.21 percent to 28,005.37, after rising as much as 0.39 percent earlier in the session.
     
    The broader NSE Nifty was down 0.21 percent at 8,624.05.
     
    In the 50-share index, Adani Ports, TCS, Tech Mahindra, Power Grid and Infosys dippe

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  • Customers of state-run BSNL will be able to make free unlimited calls on any mobile or landline number in the country on Sundays from August 21.
     
     
     
    “Unlimited free calling from BSNL landline to any network’s mobile and landline on all Sundays on pan India basis w.e.f. 15th August, 2016,” Telecom Minister Manoj Sinha said in his tweet to

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