BSE Sensex falls 0.4 pct; banks, techs down

The BSE Sensex fell 0.4 percent in early trade on Monday, as investor sentiment was impacted by weak Asian markets, with banks and software companies leading the decline.

Sensex surges 236 points in opening trade on Asian cues

The Bombay Stock Exchange benchmark
Sensex today jumped by 236 points, or 1.34 per cent, in opening trade on fresh buying in heavyweight stocks by foreign funds driven by rally on the other Asian bourses.

Asian shares up on resources, eyes on U.S. jobs

Asian shares edged up on Thursday, buoyed by resource shares, while the dollar was on the defensive after Fed Reserve`s latest policy meeting suggested the possibility of more stimulus measures for the US economy.

Asian stocks tumble amid dollar slump, Dubai fears

Asian stock markets tumbled Friday as the dollar continued its slide against the Japanese yen and worries over losses from Dubai`s debt problems unnerved investors worldwide.

Asian stocks fall as dollar slides; gold at record

Asian stock markets dropped Thursday as mostly positive economic news in the US failed to inspire investors and the dollar tumbled to a 14-year low against the Japanese yen.

Asian stocks hit 15-mth highs, dollar pressured

Asian stocks rose to more than 15-month highs on Tuesday after Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke repeated the central bank was likely to keep interest rates at very low levels for some time.

Asian stocks hit 13-mth high on US economic data

Asian stocks hit their highest level in 13 months on Thursday after US economic data raised hopes.

Asian stocks down as weak dollar weighs on Japan

Most Asian stock markets retreated on Monday, with Tokyo`s benchmark sliding more than 2 percent as the dollar remained weak against the yen.

Asian stocks show mix results, US markets dive on recession fears

Asian stocks and the Australian dollar edged higher on Tuesday but shares in Shanghai were highly volatile, keeping nerves frayed about whether another bout of profit taking would hit global markets.