03:29 pm: IDFC Ltd stock trading 4.54 per cent higher on BSE.
03:17 pm: Hindalco Industries shares fall 2.19 percent to Rs 149.80 on BSE.
03:13 pm: IRB Infrastructure stock trading at Rs 258 level, after reaching Rs 266 level in early trade on reports it received letter from NHAI for a Rs 2,100-crore project in Rajasthan and Gujarat.
03:00 pm: Larsen & Toubro shares fall as much as 2.01 percent.
02:59 pm: Sensex falls over 100 points.
02:55 pm: JK Lakshmi Cement hit its new 52-week high of Rs 505.75 on BSE.
02:33 pm: Sensex falls more than 50 points with 17 components down.
02:32 pm: Shriram City Union Finance rises 6.82 per cent to 2,257 points, gains most on the BSE.
02:10 pm: Shares of TGB Banquets and Hotels jumped over 10 per cent on buzz that a leading domestic hotels company is looking to acquire the company. However, TGB Banquets told CNBC-TV 18 it won't comment on market speculation.
02:00 pm: Jyoti Structures shares rose as much as 19.8 per cent on the BSE as the company is in talks with potential investor to restructure existing debt.
1:25 pm: Anil Ambani says have accomplished a virtual merger between Reliance Communications and Reliance Jio. Stock of RCom rose over 2 per cent on the BSE.
Coal India buyback offer will open on October 3 and close on October 18. At 10:40 am, the shares of Coal India were trading 0.89 per cent higher.
12:15 pm: Have ability to list Reliance Commercial Finance, General Insurance, Life Insurance, says Anil Ambani
12:10 pm: 'Anmol Effect' has brought good luck to Reliance Capital shares, says Anil Ambani at AGM
11:56 am: Global markets shine bright as investors seem to give US presidential debate to Hillary Clinton
11:50 am: Dow Futures are trading over 100 points higher, while European futures are indicating a positive opening in the European market.
11:20 am: Private lender Yes Bank said it will raise about Rs 330 crore by issuing a 7-year term green infrastructure bond to FMO, the Dutch Development Bank, on a private placement basis. Shares added 1 per cent.
11:06 am: Subhash Ghai's production house Mukta Arts plans to transfer its entire business of cinema division to its wholly-owned subsidiary Mukta A2 Cinemas. Reacting to the news, shares of Mukta Arts rose 20 per cent to hit upper circuit.
11:00 am: IRB Infra shares rose over 3 per cent after the company said it won Letter of Award from National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) to build highways in Rajasthan and Gujarat.
10:28 am: Sensex pared early gains to turn flat, Nifty slipped below 8,750
10:25 am: TCS stock rallied over 1 per cent and was the top sensex gainer after the company was recognised as the leading global financial technology provider in 2016 by a top market intelligence firm.
Mark Mobius, the legendary chairman of Franklin Templeton Emerging Markets Group, sees 20 per cent upside in the Indian market in the short term subject to GST implementation. (Source: ET Now)
MARKETS@OPEN: Sensex gains over 100 points higher, Nifty tops 8,750, Adani Ports top gainer
STOCK IN FOCUS: Pfizer will remain in focus as its parent firm in US said it won't split into two publicly traded companies, despite pressure from investors frustrated by its lagging stock price, ending years of speculation over its strategy and future.
STOCK IN FOCUS: State-owned Bank of India (BOI) has sold 18 per cent stake in the insurance joint venture Star Union Dai-ichi Life Insurance Company (SUD) to its Japanese partner.
At 08:25 am, Brent crude futures were trading below $47 as investors took profits after prices climbed more than 3 per cent in the Monday's session.
Major oil producers are gathering in Algeria later in the day for a three-day meeting that could see moves to cut or freeze oil output in an effort to support oil prices.
At 08:12 am, the SGX Nifty turns into green after 52-point negative opening.
SGX Nifty: At 07:50 am, the Nifty futures listed in Singapore Stock Exchange were trading lower, indicating a negative opening in the domestic market.
Asian markets on Tuesday: Asian shares recouped early losses, suggesting investors judged Democrat Hillary Clinton was winning her debate against Republican Donald Trump.
Wall Street on Monday: Overnight, Wall Street fell as shares of Deutsche Bank weighed on financials and investors hunkered down for the first debate between US presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.
Market on Monday: Extending losses for the second consecutive session, the S&P BSE Sensex tanked 374 points, while the broader Nifty50 slipped below its key 8,750 level. The 30-share index ended the day at 28,294, down 373.94 points, while broad-based 50-share index quoted 8,723, down 108.50 points at close.