Beijing has bailed out troubled borrowers until now Chinese authorities, on Friday, allowed the country’s first corporate bond default, inflicting losses on small investors in a painful step toward making its financial system more market-oriented.
All-time record highs for Sensex at 21,919.79 and Nifty at 6,526.65 as investor wealth balloons by nearly Rs 85,000 crore on strong FII support. Stock indices, on Friday, surged to their all-time record highs backed by buying from foreign institutional
Gold prices up by Rs 240 to Rs 31,060 per ten gram, while silver also recovers by Rs 280 to Rs 47,330 per kg Snapping a three-day losing streak, gold prices on Friday recovered by Rs 240 to Rs 31,060 per ten gram in the national capital on buying by ...
The benchmark S&P BSE Sensex logged an all-time record high of 21,751 in morning trade on Friday on heavy buying spree by funds and retail investors amid upbeat domestic sentiment coupled with firm Asian cues. All-round hectic buying was seen led ma
Extending its gaining spell, the rupee on Friday rose 9 paise to trade at three month-high of 61.02 against the U.S. dollar in morning deals on persistent selling of the American currency by banks and exporters amid surging local equity market. Sustaine
On the National Stock Exchange, the 50-share Nifty gained 72.50 points to 6401.15 In a pre-election rally, stock indices ended at an all time high on Thursday as foreign institutional investors (FIIs) ventured for stock picking. The rupee appreciated aga
The Reserve Bank today said India is fully committed to bring in reforms in the over—the—counter (OTC) derivatives markets, but its pace and nature will depend on the domestic market conditions. “India is committed to adopting OTC deri
Gold prices dropped below Rs 31,000 by falling Rs 280 to Rs 30,820 per ten gram in the national capital today on heavy selling by stockists influenced by a weak global trend. Silver also dropped by Rs 350 to Rs 47,050 per kg on poor offtake by industria
The Sensex today soared 237 points to end at a new lifetime high of 21,513.87 on heavy buying by foreign investors across bluechip banking, oil&gas and metal shares as sentiment remained buoyant after a sharp drop in current account deficit. The NSE
The rupee today zoomed 64 paise to end at almost a three—month high of 61.11 against the US dollar enthused by a narrowing current account deficit (CAD) and domestic stock indices logging new peaks. Continued foreign funds inflow and persistent do