The NSE benchmark Nifty snapped its 3-day losing streak and closed 37 points higher to close at 10,397.45 ahead of the expiry of derivative contracts for February series.
The NSE benchmark Nifty settled with small 18 points loss, falling for the third consecutive session, to close at 10,360.40 in a volatile trade.
Weakness across Asia where Tokyo saw a 1% drop meant MSCI’s 47-country world share index was 0.2 percent in the red.
The NSE 50-share Nifty fell 93.20 points to close at 10,452.30 following widespread selling in PSU Bank, Auto, Metal, Media and Realty counters.
Snapping its 7 sessions of fall, the NSE benchmark Nifty rebounded by 100 points to 10,576.85 on strong Asian market and the RBI's less hawkish tone.
Sensex provisionally closed (at 3.30 p.m.) at 34,195.94 points -- down 561.22 points or 1.61 per cent -- from its previous close at 34,757.16 points.
The lag in earnings expectations could make European shares more vulnerable to a potential pullback. European stocks just had their worst week in more than a year.
NSE benchmark Nifty slumped 256 points to 10,760.60 as the long-term capital gains tax on equity investments imposed in the Budged dampened sentiment.
European shares fell and were set for their biggest weekly loss in six months as a slump in Deutsche Bank after a bigger-than-expected loss hit the banking sector.
European shares rose supported by a flurry of mostly positive results and gains by banks after the US Federal Reserve flagged higher interest rates later this year.
Joint venture partner is exploring stake in Max Healthcare
Life Healthcare Group Holdings Ltd Has Initiated Preliminary Discussions With Max India, Company‘s Joint Venture Partner In Max Healthcare Institute
Talks Explore Possibility Of Max India Acquiring Life Healthcare‘S Equity Interest In Max Healthcare Institute Limited
Board approves amalgamation of Co with IDFC Bank Ltd
National Housing Bank has intimated that it has no objection for the amalgamation
Board approves purchase of entire shareholding held by Usha International
To pay a consideration of Rs 24.83cr which will be paid over 12 months
EROS INTERNATIONAL , RIL
In Pact with Eros India to Set-Up $150 Mn Fund to consolidate content
RIL, Through Unit, agreed to subscribe to 5% stake in NYSE Listed Eros
RIL, Co agreed to partner in india to jointly produce, consolidate content
Jyoti Deshpande to head RIL's Media & Entertainment Business