The Dubai stock market fell 5.41 percent in early Tuesday trading while Abu Dhabi`s exchange posted a 1.13 percent decrease, continuing Monday`s trend of declines in both bourses.
The Bombay Stock Exchange benchmark Sensex surged by 300 points in opening trade today on fresh buying by funds and retail investors, bolstered by firming global trends following a higher-than-expected growth in the US economy.
Trade union representatives on Friday
said they will strongly oppose the proposal allowing EPFO to
park part of its fund in the capital market.
A day after making a net investment of
nearly Rs 59 crore in the Indian stock markets, the overseas
investors today once again resumed selling and pulled out
about Rs 400 crore.
Foreign Institutional Investors (FIIs) on Thursday made a net investment of Rs 630.94 crore in the Indian stock markets, helping the key indices to gain fairly.
The benchmark Sensex on Tuesday lost over 109 points in early volatile trade, after breaching the 16,000-point mark for the first time since June 2 last year at the outset.
The Bombay Stock Exchange benchmark Sensex rose by 84 points to a six-week high in early trade on buying by foreign funds tracking firm trends in other Asian equity markets.
The BSE Sensex maintained its rising trend since last week as it shot up by more than 400 points at midsession today on funds buying blue-chip stocks led by the software and realty sectors.
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