11,110 and 11,175 will provide immediate resistance. Supports comes in at 11,000 & 10,950
The key energy sector plunged 4.7 per cent, while the telecom and banking sectors each slid three per cent.
The proposed move assumes significance in the wake of several auditor exits.
Basant Maheshwari has called for a cut in income-taxes for better compliance.
US has briefly overtaken Saudi Arabia as the world's largest crude exporter this year.
Discoms have so far been the weakest link in the electricity value chain.
In June, eight of every 10 of these schemes had logged negative returns.
Some analysts say this sector should grow at 20-30 per cent growth over next 3-4 years.
It is difficult to call the market bottom, says Saurabh Mukherjea.
Any sign of renewed strength in the economy should spell opportunity for investors to invest.
Private equity is a high-risk, high-return type of game where failure is a possibility.
“Indian equities are offering good value,” says Prashant Jain, ED & CIO of HDFC AMC.
PMSes cater to wealthy investors with portfolio sizes exceeding Rs 25 lakh.
Capex is falling globally. Global PMI is below 50, suggesting the world is headed towards recess
2020 will belong to the midcaps and would one of the best years for equity markets
The latest inflows have been triggered by improving investor sentiment
Apart from the macro-data point, Indian rupee's movement will also have a bearing on the equities.
Reliance and BP split Niko's share in proportion to their existing shareholding in the block.
Traders of many of these stocks have resorted to panic selling, often at bargain-basement prices.
The market cap of State Bank of India (SBI) zoomed Rs 15,841.19 crore to Rs 2,60,330.92 crore.
Sensex and Nifty ended the truncated week gone by with over one per cent of gain.
As many as 13 stocks on the BSE500 hit their fresh all-time highs during the week.
The Fed will lop off 25 bps on Wednesday, says Bloomberg survey of economists.
Traders who have shrugged off tensions in Middle East to respond when markets open on Monday.
A top United Auto Workers official said the union and General Motors are far apart on major issues, increasing the likelihood of a strike as early as Sunday night.
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