Market Watch

  • Indian shares rose 1 percent on Friday and were headed for their second session of gains, led by energy stocks including Reliance Industries Ltd as oil prices extended their rally.
     
    The Sensex was 0.86 percent higher at 28,099.02 as of 0650 GMT, up 0.09 percent for the week.
     
    The Nifty was up 0.64 percent at 8,647.50, almost flat for the week.
     
    Indian markets will be closed on Monday for a local holiday.
     
    Asian shares inched up while Wall Stree

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  • Indian shares closed slightly higher on Thursday after posting their worst fall in nearly seven weeks in the previous session, as continued heavy buying by foreign investors helped lift blue chips such as ITC Ltd even though overall sentiment remained cautious.
     
    The broader NSE Nifty closed up 0.2 percent at 8,592.15, after falling as much as 0.41 percent earlier in the day.
     
    The benchmark BSE Sensex ended 0.31 percent higher at 27,859.60, after declining as much as 0.28 percent earlier in the session.

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  • Despite of Global concerns, GST implementation,RBI rate policy and all other factors in previous months Finally our 5th and last recommendation of Jammu and Kashmir Bank has crossed the target of 74 today giving 30% returns. Today J&K Bank rose 5.4 percent and closed at 73.65. 

    Previously we have unlocked the targets in Gati,MPS Ltd., Axis Bank and Shivam Autotech.What else do you want????

    Patience is the virtue of success. Those who have invested in these stocks

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  • Indian shares closed slightly lower on Tuesday, snapping three sessions of gains, as investors booked profit after the central bank kept its policy interest rate unchanged, as was widely expected.
     
    Outgoing Reserve Bank of India Governor Raghuram Rajan kept both interest rates and the cash reserve ratio on hold, leaving it to his successor to decide if inflation is subsiding enough after the monsoon season to make a cut.
     
    The broader NSE index ended down 0.38 percent at 8,678.25, while the benchmark BSE index close

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  • Indian shares ended slightly higher on Thursday, as investors welcomed the long-awaited passage of the goods and services tax (GST), though gains were tempered by concerns about the amount of work needed to bring the reforms into reality.
     
    The Nifty ended 0.07 percent higher at 8,551.10 points, after rising as much as 0.66 percent earlier in the session.
     
    The Sensex ended 0.06 percent higher at 27,714.37 points, after gaining as much as 0.81 percent.
     
    In the 50-share index, Bank

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