Mickelson denies wrongdoing in insider trading probe

Five-time major golf champion Phil Mickelson denied any wrongdoing Saturday after being named among the subjects of an insider stock trading probe, saying he is fully cooperating with FBI agents.

RIL faces risk of losing bellwether tag: Experts

Reliance Industries faces the risk of losing its long-held stock market bellwether position, as its share performance has been below-average for many months now.

Lower global wheat production not to affect India

India will not be affected by
the lower global wheat output projected for the current
financial year due to adequate stocks, Lok Sabha was told
on Tuesday.

India’s above ground gold stocks worth $800 bn

India owns over 18,000 tonnes of above ground gold stocks worth approximately $ 800 billion and representing at least 11 per cent of global stock, according to estimates of World Gold Council.

Captain caught selling diesel from army stock

An Indian army officer has been caught red-handed by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) for selling diesel from the Army`s stocks in Himachal Pradesh, a CBI official said Saturday.

Indians more interested in Facebook than market trading!

Indians are more interested in social networking sites than stock markets, says a study.

Sensex slips over 332 pts in opening trade

Sensex has slumped over 332 pts in opening trade today amid concerns over the eurozone debt crisis.

11 stock bourses risk losing recognition within a year: SEBI

As many as nine stock exchanges in the country face the risk of losing recognition this year and two others in early 2011, as per the market regulator SEBI.

Sensex surges 364 points at midsession

The Bombay Stock Exchange benchmark Sensex spurted by 364 points at midsession today on buying in banking and realty stocks by funds amid firming global trend.

Sensex falls by 182 points ahead of RBI policy review

Sensex opened lower by 182 points on Friday on heavy selling by funds ahead of the Reserve Bank`s monetary policy review amid weakening global trend.

Sensex pares early gains on inflation worries; closes at 16,306

Sensex on Thursday pared early gains and closed almost flat, as worried funds booked profit after the latest food inflation data further fuelled their fears that the RBI may tighten key policy rates on Friday.

Sensex pares early gains as inflation rises

Sensex pared early gains and lost 78 points at midsession
on Thursday due to selling by funds on fears that RBI may tighten
money supply to stem the food inflation, which has risen to
over 17 percent.

Sensex tanks 491pts on panic selling; Nifty below 4900

Sensex on Wednesday plummeted 491 points, recording its sharpest fall since last August, as foreign funds pressed panic button ahead of the expiry of the January contracts tomorrow amid feeble global cues.

Sensex on a free fall; Nifty below 4,900 level

Sensex on Wednesday fell sharply by 337 points at mid-session on heavy selling by foreign funds ahead of settlement in derivatives segment amid weakening global trend.

Markets to track global cues; to remain volatile

The Dalal Street is likely to remain volatile with a downward bias following weak global cues as investors await a clear direction from the monetary policy later this week, say analysts.

First weekly loss of Sensex this year, sheds 694 points

A benchmark index of Indian equities lost 694 points this week, ending the week in red for the first time this year with domestic and foreign traders choosing to step on the selling pedal.

BSE Sensex slips to 1-mth lows; L&T, RIL decline

Sensex slipped more than 2 percent lower in early trade on Friday to touch its lowest level in a month, with frontline stocks such as Larsen & Toubro, Reliance Industries and financials leading the decline.

Sensex falls on rising food prices, Nifty break 5,200 level

Sensex that had opened on a weak note today, fell further by over 223 points at mid-session on fund-based selling in heavy-weight stocks, led by the banking shares.

Sensex up over 104 pts in opening trade

The Bombay Stock Exchange benchmark
Sensex on Wednesday moved up by nearly 105 points in early morning trade on emergence of buying by funds, triggered by overnight gains on the US market.

Choppy week ahead for the D-street: Analysts

In the absence of any trigger to move the market, the Dalal Street is likely to remain lacklustre this week, say analysts.