Derivatives expiry will affect investors sentiments in India.
Indian markets fell on Thursday ahead of the key macro data such as IIP (index of industrial production) numbers for July and retail inflation (CPI) print for August due later in the day.
The equity and currency markets declined on Monday over heightened trade tension between the US and China, and the political developments in Jammu and Kashmir (J&K).
Sensex closed on Friday’s session with an unprecedented 5.32 per cent advance as Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman announced yet another big ticket announcement to kickstart the economy.
Mohamed Al Khaja, Ambassador of the United Arab Emirates to the State of Israel, and Eli Cohen, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Israel,
Al Ansari Financial Services on Monday announced it has set the final offer price for its IPO at Dhs1.03 per share, at the top of the previously announced price range.
Airports in the Middle East will need to invest $151 billion in capacity expansion as the global air passenger demand is expected to increase