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BusinessToday.In
March 24, 2020
Sensex, Nifty Live News Today: BSE 30-share index Sensex rose 722 points to trade at 26,767. Similarly, NSE 50-share barometer Nifty climbed 206 points higher to 7,816 mark.


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, March 23, 2020
As 75 districts of the country went into lockdown, Sensex crashed about 4000 points in a day. Sensex hit the 10% lower circuit breaker. BSE and NSE had to halt within one hour of market opening. Watch the video to know what led to the freefall.Also Read: Sensex, Nifty crumble on coronavirus woes: Stocks that bled the most today


Rupa Burman Roy
March 23, 2020
IndusInd Bank declined 70.94% in the last one-month on Sensex, followed by over 50% decline in Axis Bank, Bajaj Finance and around 44-42% fall in ICICI Bank, Mahindra & Mahindra, SBI, Larsen & Toubro and Tata Steel.


By Taslima Khan with Goutam Das and Nevin John
Delhi, January 13, 2016
Online grocery is hot. Hundreds of players have jumped in. Several hundred million dollars were invested in 2015 alone. But it has also been a graveyard for start-ups.


Rajesh Chakrabarti
Delhi, March 5, 2012
With the exception of the Japanese yen and the arguably undervalued Chinese renminbi, the dollar has appreciated against virtually every currency in the world.


Tanvi Varma/Money Today
Delhi, December 28, 2011
Stocks that have fallen the most due to rising interest rates may be ripe for a turnaround.


Rajiv Bhuva
August 26, 2011
Investors have been exercising caution ahead of a key speech by US Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. On Friday, The index lost the psychological support of 16,000 to close 1.84 per cent lower at 15,848.83.


Babar Zaidi
May 24, 2010
As many as 36 underperforming funds have earned less than a savings bank account in the past three years. If you own such lemons, it's time to get rid of them.


www.businesstoday.in
April 23, 2010
Both ultra-conservative and ultra-aggressive investors are unlikely to build wealth in the long run. They must tweak their attitude towards risk to find the optimum balance.


Kamya Jaiswal
June 9, 2010
Being too aggressive or conservative in your approach to investment is as bad as being a habitual procrastinator. Here's solution to suit your temperament.


T.V. Mahalingam
November 13, 2008
Export-dependent IT, biotech and pharma firms have their backs to the wall with the rupee gyrating and their overseas markets in turmoil. When will the markets look up again? T.V. Mahalingam goes into the details.


T.V. Mahalingam
December 25, 2007
The year gone by had it all—emotion, drama, action, and a bit of tragedy too, says T.V. Mahalingam who had a good seat in the house.


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