Shares of FMCG major Hindustan Unilever rose by nearly 3 percent to hit its one-year high in intra-day trade Thursday, becoming the 6th most-valued Indian firm in terms of market valuation.
Shares of drug firm Pfizer Ltd on Thursday surged over 7 percent after the company entered into a pact with AstraZeneca AB to acquire the 'Neksium' brand in India for Rs 75 crore.
India`s shares were flat, while bonds gained slightly despite data showing weaker-than-expected economic growth, with investors still betting the economy will improve.
The rupee on Wednesday endured a sharp reversal in fortunes against a resurgent US dollar after a two-day fall and recovered by 15 paise to end at 64.51 on fresh selling of the American currency by banks and exporters.
Benchmark Sensex slipped from life highs to end marginally lower at 31,145.80 on Wednesday as investors booked profits after four straight record-setting sessions.
Markets regulators Sebi on Wednesday said it has formulated a scheme to spread awareness about commodities derivatives among farmers, manufacturers and cooperative groups.
Shares of Jet Airways slipped as much as 4.6 percent in the morning trade on the NSE on Wednesday, after the airliner reported nearly 95 percent fall in its consolidated net profit at Rs. 23 crores in the three months ended March 2017.
After a negative start, the Indian equity markets on Wednesday traded at new highs during the mid-afternoon session with healthy buying in automobile, consumer durables and capital goods stocks.
To help companies raise funds through green bonds for investment in renewable energy space, regulator Sebi on Tuesday put in place disclosure norms for issuance and listing of such bonds.
Markets regulator Sebi on Tuesday said it has introduced an online platform for portfolio managers and venture capital funds which will make it convenient for them to do business.
Markets continued their record- setting streak for yet another session Tuesday with both the Sensex and Nifty ending at lifetime highs as investors cheered the early arrival of monsoon.
The stock declined by 2.85 percent to Rs 260 -- its 52- week low -- on BSE.
Snapping its record-setting spree, the benchmark BSE Sensex fell over 41 points in early trade on Tuesday as participants locked-in gains at current levels amid disappointing quarterly earnings.
Markets regulator Sebi on Monday proposed to levy a regulatory fee of USD 1,000 for each P- Note issued by foreign investors and bar issuance of such derivative-based instruments for speculative purposes to check any misuse of these products for channelising black money.
Extending its record-breaking run for the third day, the benchmark Sensex on Monday surged to close at a new life high of 31,109 while the Nifty ended above 9,600 for the first time ever as ample liquidity pushed up buying.
Shares of Sun Pharma on Monday crashed by over 13 percent after the company reported a 14 percent decline in consolidated net profit for the fourth quarter ended March.
Shares of mobile carrier Reliance Communications Ltd fell as much as 20 percent to an all-time low on Monday, after it reported a USD 150 million fourth-quarter loss and worries about its heavy debt load resurfaced.
Stock markets came off their peak and turned weak on Monday after two back-to-back sessions of gains as the benchmark Sensex cracked below 31,000-mark after investors indulged in profit-booking.
The combined market valuation of eight of the 10 most valued Indian companies rose by a whopping Rs 93,225.53 crore last week, with ITC stealing the show with maximum gains.
Regulators RBI and Sebi have stepped up probe into alleged lapses in high-frequency trading offered through NSE's 'co-location' facility, while the role of some top officials including board member and ex-CEO Ravi Narain is also being looked into.