Key Indian equity indices traded in positive territory due to firm global cues and robust buying in banking and capital goods stocks.
Well-received results from Spanish banks and a recovery among tech stocks buoyed European shares, setting them up for their fifth week of gains in a row.
The benchmark BSE Sensex was 0.76 percent higher at 34,976.33, and was poised for a weekly gain of 1.6 percent.
Chinese fund managers cut their suggested equity exposure for next 3 months to a 19-month low, on worries over China’s economy amid trade war fears.
Asian shares rose after US equities were buoyed by a rebound in technology stocks, while markets in Seoul were underpinned by optimism as leaders held their first summit.
Board decides not to go ahead with buyback
Commences trading in Solar REC after gap of 1 Year
Step Down Arm To Buy Entire Stake In AnSem NV For $17 Mn
Bags Rs 279 Cr Order To Set Up Captive Plant At Trombay
Plant Has Capacity Of 50 MW On An EPC Basis
Board takes no decision on bids
Couldn't discuss bids due To Renuka Ramnath's Resignation
Board to meet today to discuss the restructuring
Airtel, Vodafone may sell controlling stake in Tower Firm
Telcos may jointly negotiate black sale of combined 66.6% stake
KKR, Providence, Brookfield & ATC could be potential buyers