Stocks may swing sideways, winter session holds the clue

Markets are likely to remain volatile amid derivatives expiry as parliamentary proceedings will largely dictate trend in the holiday-shortened week ahead, experts say.

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Sensex extends rally by 399 points on positive global cues

Sensex extends rally by 399 points on positive global cues

Inflows from foreign investors and across-the-board buying by the investors also helped the market sentiments.

Domestic triggers missing, stocks to track global cues, rupee

Domestic triggers missing, stocks to track global cues, rupee

With no immediate domestic triggers, stock markets will take cues from global factors, movement of the rupee and investment trend by overseas investors for further direction, say experts.

Asian shares slide halts but weak commodity outlook weighs

Asian shares slide halts but weak commodity outlook weighs

Most Asian stock markets steadied on Wednesday after sliding to 3-year lows but a weak outlook for commodities and persistent concerns about China`s economy discouraged most buyers.

 Sensex gets the blues before RBI meet, tanks 247 points

Sensex gets the blues before RBI meet, tanks 247 points

A day ahead of Reserve Bank monetary policy meet, Indian shares on Monday hit over two-week lows in late sell-off with the benchmark BSE Sensex tumbling 247 points and the NSE Nifty slipping below the 7,800-mark amid weakness in European markets and mixed Asian cues.

FMC merges with Sebi, to bolster commodities market regulations

FMC merges with Sebi, to bolster commodities market regulations

Marking the first ever merger of two regulators, Forward Markets Commission on Monday merged with securities market watchdog Sebi that will help strengthen as well as streamline regulatory framework to curb manipulations in the commodities derivatives segment.

Is Modi euphoria over? Markets decline to level last seen when BJP leader won 

Is Modi euphoria over? Markets decline to level last seen when BJP leader won 

The BSE sensitive index closed at 24,983, down 308.09 or 1.22 percent from the previous close. The Nifty saw a fall of 1.26 percent or 96.25 points at 7,558.80.

Stock markets may see a bounce back; IIP data key: Experts

Stock markets may see a bounce back going ahead and would take cues from IIP data slated to release later in the week, movement of rupee, overseas investors' investment trend and global news, say experts.

Asian shares cheered by Wall Street rally

Comments from a senior US Federal Reserve official that the case for a rate rise in September had weakened and upbeat durable goods data also boosted sentiment, pushing up the dollar.

Global turbulence behind market crash, impact temporary: Arun Jaitley

Attributing the stock market crash to global turbulence, Arun Jaitley aid the government and RBI were watching the situation and hoped that things will stabilise once the transient impact is over.

Over 200 stocks defy market bloodbath, trading in green zone

Among major gainers, stocks of Nestle India gained nearly 2 per cent on the bourses. The shares opened at Rs 6,100.00 and surged 1.76 per cent to an high of Rs 6,206.70 on BSE.

Sebi to discuss commodity market norms

Ready to merge commodity trading regulator FMC with itself, capital markets watchdog Sebi will discuss on Monday a new set of norms and finer details for its regulation of commodities derivatives market.

Five IPOs to hit market this month; to mop up Rs 1,500-cr

Five companies including Sadbhav Infrastructure Projects and Navkar Corp will hit the capital markets this month to raise an estimated over Rs 1,500 crore through IPOs.

Markets may see volatility, global cues, rupee hold key

Moreover, monsoon rains, investment trend by foreign investors and crude oil movement would also influence trading.

Global cues, rupee movement to dictate market trend

Stock markets may see positive momentum going ahead amid hopes of a rate cut based on healthy macroeconomic data.

Booming markets give brokerages a new lease of life

According to estimates from stock broking firm HDFC Securities, most brokerages saw a growth of more than 50-75 per cent in the past year because of buoyant capital markets.

Foreign capital inflows at Rs 8,400 cr in July

This follows a massive outflow of foreign investors' funds in the previous two months from Indian equity and debt markets.