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BusinessToday.In
December 17, 2020
Sectorally, gains in financials, banking, realty and pharma index were capped by losses in media, metal, FMCG, PSU banks and IT scrips


BusinessToday.In
December 17, 2020
India Stock Market Highlights Today: In today's session, Sensex hit an all-time high of 46,992 and Nifty logged a lifetime high of 13,773


Reuters
December 17, 2020
Top members of the Democratic-controlled House of Representatives and Republican-led Senate sounded more positive than they have in months on a fresh response to a crisis that has killed more than 304,000 Americans and thrown millions out of work


BusinessToday.In
December 16, 2020
India Stock Market Highlights Today: Global equities were buoyed today as COVID-19 vaccine developments and prospects of more stimulus boosted investor sentiment


BusinessToday.In
December 15, 2020
Gains in auto, financials, media and metal were capped by losses in PSU banks, FMCG and realty stocks


BusinessToday.In
December 14, 2020
India Stock Market Highlights Today: ONGC followed by Tata Steel, L&T, Sun Pharma, M&M, ICICI Bank and NTPC were among the top gainers in the Sensex pack


BusinessToday.In
December 11, 2020
Except for auto, pharma, and metal index, all other sectors closed in bullish territory, with PSU banking and metal ending over 1% each


Associated Press
December 10, 2020
The 1.82 trillion-euro (USD 2.21 trillion) long-term budget and recovery package is considered vital for many European countries whose economies have been devastated by the virus


BusinessToday.In
December 10, 2020
UltraTech Cement followed by SBI, Infosys, HDFC, TCS, Tata Steel, ONGC, IndusInd Bank, HDFC Bank, M&M, Infosys and Reliance Industries were among the top losers on Sensex


Reuters
December 10, 2020
Japan's public debt burden is the biggest among advanced nations due to years of heavy stimulus and the ballooning social welfare costs of a rapidly ageing population


BusinessToday.In
December 10, 2020
India Stock Market Highlights Today: UltraTech Cement followed by Tata Steel, ONGC, IndusInd Bank, HDFC Bank, M&M, Infosys and Reliance Industries were among the top losers in the Sensex pack. On the other hand, Maruti, Nestle India, Titan and PowerGrid were among the gainers


BusinessToday.In
December 9, 2020
The Atmanirbhar Bharat Rozgar Yojana scheme, which aims to create more formal jobs, to benefit around 58.5 lakh employees, says minister


BusinessToday.In
December 9, 2020
India Stock Market Highlights Today: Intraday, both indices touched all time highs today, with Sensex hitting 46,164 and Nifty touching 13,548.


BusinessToday.In
December 8, 2020
Intra day, both indices touched all-time highs today, with Sensex hitting 45,742 and Nifty touching 13,435 for the very first time


BusinessToday.In
December 8, 2020
India Stock Market Highlights Today:  Intra day, both indices touched all time highs today, with Sensex hitting, 45,742 and Nifty touching, 13,435


BusinessToday.In
December 3, 2020
India Stock Market Highlights Today: Maruti Suzuki, Hindalco, Tata Steel and GAIL India were the top gainers on Nifty rising up to 3.62%. SBI Life Insurance, Infosys, Bharti Airtel and Axis Bank were the top losers falling up to 1.79% on Nifty


Reuters
December 3, 2020
The S&P 500 posted 18 new 52-week highs and no new lows; the Nasdaq Composite recorded 89 new highs and 12 new lows


Rupa Burman Roy
December 2, 2020
Asian and European equities were mostly positive today as hopes for additional US economic stimulus and a coronavirus vaccine kept market sentiment positive


BusinessToday.In
December 2, 2020
India Stock Market Highlights Today: HDFC twins, Reliance Industries were among the top losers and Tata Steel, Titan and Asian Paints were among the top gainers


Dipak Mondal
New Delhi, November 25, 2020
The pandemic had put the brakes on the government's ambitious disinvestment plans for the fiscal. However, things have started picking up as businesses go back to normal and markets regain their appetite for buying assets. DIPAM Secretary Tuhin Kanta Pandey lays down the road ahead for the department


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