The rupee is buoyed by fairly heavy FII inflows in the equity markets, which surged by about 143 points in early trade.
The benchmark Sensex shoots up largely on the back of sustained buying of funds in technology sector stocks.
The benchmark Sensex rises by over 60 points after software major, Tata Consultancy posts strong earnings for fourth quarter.
The benchmark BSE Sensex falls 88 points on profit-selling by funds in heavy-weight technology stocks.
The Sensex stages a strong comeback and rises 107 points following HCL Technologies' strong quarterly earnings.
Sensex recovers by almost 195 points after IT major Wipro posted strong earnings for the fourth quarter.
The Sensex was down by 18.02 points at 13,879.39 shortly before the midesession.
The benchmark index of BSE scales 14K but slips back to 13,928.33 points on RBI monetary policy jitters.
The benchmark Sensex ends over 81 points higher on BSE on account of late buying by funds and general investors.
Despite a static rate of inflation during the week, the stock market snapped a five-day-long rally.
Market regulator SEBI and Finance Ministry have come up with conflicting opinions over the applicability of Right to Information Act on stock exchanges.
Senior professionals in the financial services industry in India are getting paid almost on par with their counterparts in London or New York, reports MC Vaijayanthi.
Month-end dollar purchase by oil companies coupled with short covering by banks saw the rupee drop against the greenback after an eight-week rally, reports Vyas Mohan.
The benchmark Sensex loses over 143 points on emergence of selling by funds at heavy-weight counters like Reliance Industries and Infosys Technologies.
The benchmark BSE Sensex closes 55 points down on selling in shares of software firms on concerns that the rising rupee will hurt their export revenues and growth.