The benchmark Bombay Stock Exchange Sensex on Friday posted its highest closing in more than three months at 20,082.62, as cash flow into equities continued across the globe.
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The rupee oday hit a more than a three week low, losing 32 paise to 54.57 against the dollar in early trade due to appreciation of the US currency against other currencies.
Sensex today closed above the 20,000 mark after a gap of 100 days and Nifty closed at its highest level in 2013 on heavy buying in auto, consumer durables, FMCG and banking shares amid improvement in IIP suggesting pick-up in growth.
After a lull of more than two years, the market for initial public offerings (IPOs) is expected to roar back to life in 2013, giving retail investors an opportunity to buy into strong companies at attractive prices. Manu P Toms
reports. Back with a bang
Food services major Jubilant FoodWorks on Thursday reported a 11.5% year-on-year rise in net profit to Rs. 32.7 crore for the three months from January till March of the last fiscal year against Rs. 29.3 crore a year-ago. Net sales rose to Rs. 365.8 crore during the quarter from Rs. 282.9 crore a year-ago. HT reports.
The rupee traded marginally up by one paise to 54.15 against the US dollar in early trade at the Interbank Foreign Exchange today on sustained selling of the American currency by exporters.
The BSE benchmark Sensex today fell from over three-month high by losing 51 points due to profit-booking in recent outperformers such as RIL, Sun Pharma and HDFC Bank ahead of IIP data amid a weak global trend.
Gold futures prices recovered marginally by 0.16% to Rs.
26,763 per 10 gm today largely in tune with a firming trend overseas.
The rupee appreciated by 9 paise to 54.05 against the US dollar in early trade at the Interbank Foreign Exchange today on increased selling of the American currency by exporters.
The 30-share BSE Sensex on Wednesday touched the psychological mark of 20,000 after a gap of more than three months before closing marginally lower at 19,990.18 on heavy buying by foreign institutional investors. HT reports. Stocks zoom, but hold the bubbly
This may be the right time to buy mid-cap shares. But proceed with caution. Manu P Toms reports. The rise of the mid-caps
World shares hit their highest level in almost five years on Tuesday as last week's strong US jobs report continued to fuel optimism about the health of the global economy.
Gold prices moved down by 0.34% to Rs. 27,323 per 10 gm in futures trade on Tuesday after participants off-loaded partial positions, taking weak cues from the global market.
The Sensex on Tuesday rose 215 points, or 1%, to close at a three-month high of 19,889 and the Nifty regained the psychological 6,000-mark on robust capital inflows in banking, consumer goods, real estate and auto stocks amid strong global cues.