The Bombay Stock Exchange's Sensex index jumped more than two percent to pass the 40,000 mark for the first time ever while the Nifty crossed 12,000 points, also a new landmark.
As we come to the end of a decade that witnessed unprecedented monetary policy expansion, an eye on the trends observed and those rapidly in play, helps examine critical
Indian stocks closed lower on Wednesday as investors locked in some recent gains amid fears of an extension of the coronavirus-led lockdown and its impact on business.
The BSE Sensex, which surged over 650 points earlier in the day to touch an intra-day high of 32,301.58, closed at 31,561.22, lower by 81.48 points or 0.26 per cent from the previous close of 31,642.70.
Indian IT services and financial shares helped key stock indexes to scale a record highs on Friday, as investors turned their focus to the third-quarter earnings season. Favourable global cues along with positive domestic macro-economic data pushed the equities