The benchmark Sensex falls further by 122 points on sustained selling by funds to liquidate part of their positions.
The Nikkei average rises 0.68 per cent with auto shares and high-tech exporters such as Kyocera Corp rising following gains in US stocks and a weakening of the yen.
The Bombay Stock Exchange benchmark index Sensex opens lower by over 26 points on emergence of profit selling by retail investors.
The Bombay Stock Exchange benchmark Sensex falls by over 30 points in early trading on heavy profit selling by funds.
The Sensex remains bullish on the BSE on brisk buying by funds in cement, banking and capital goods segments.
The benchmark index crosses the 15,000 mark, raising the market cap by Rs. 29,000 cr, reports MC Vaijayanthi.
Dalal Street may see new highs in the week ahead with top corporates announcing their quarterly earnings.
The brokers say the market can reach the milestone of 16,000 points in a shortest thousand points journey.
The BSE benchmark Sensex climbs over 62 points to close at record high of 15,794.92 on the back of buying by funds in heavy-weight stocks.
The market's benchmark index, Sensex, has lost over 900 points since July 27.
Asia-Pacific stocks fell the most in a year as growing losses on global credit markets led investors to dump higher risk stocks.
As soon as the market opened after the Independence Day holiday, the Bombay Stock Exchange barometer Sensex fell 415.99 points.
Market experts say there is no correlation between the turmoil in global funds to Indian mutual funds, reports MC Vaijayanthi.
The benchmark Sensex and Nifty, plunged by five per cent during the week on global mayhem created by the unfolding US subprime mortgage crisis.
US stock market Nasdaq says it plans to explore selling its 31 per cent stake in the London Stock Exchange Group PLC.