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Continued buying by foreign funds as well as retail investors, triggered by a series of economic reforms undertaken by the Narendra Modi-led government and strong earnings by blue-chip companies, lifted the key indices to new highs.
Continued buying by foreign funds as well as retail investors, triggered by a series of economic reforms undertaken by the Narendra Modi-led government and strong earnings by blue-chip companies, lifted the key indices to new highs.

Sensex zooms 519 points to new record-high of 27,866; Nifty jumps 153 points

Our Bureau/Agencies

The Sensex and the Nifty touched new record-highs of 27,865.83 and 8,322.20, respectively on sus... »

Titan stock tumbles 7% despite healthy earnings

PTI

Shares of Tata group firm Titan Company fell as much as seven per cent in the morning trade toda... »

Nifty jumps 100 pts from 8,200 to 8,300 in 5 hours

PTI

As the benchmark indices scaled new highs, the NSE Nifty on Friday journeyed from 8,200 to 8,300... »

P M Telelinks appoints independent director

Our Bureau

P M Telelinnks in a communication to the stock exchange said that its board of directors on Octo... »
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Maiden interim dividend from Tide Water

The stock of Tide Water Oil (India) will remain in focus as its board of directors meet on Monda... »

Stocks

Company news

The Gauhati High Court on Friday approved the composite scheme of arrangement between Greenpl... »

Stocks

Broker's call

MorningstarAmbuja Cements (Hold)CMP: ₹227.45Fair value: ₹262In... »

Markets

Japanese shares soar, yen skids after BoJ stuns with fresh easing steps

Reuters

Japanese stocks jumped more than 5 per cent and the yen skidded to nearly seven-year lows agains... »

Gold tanks on global crash; silver sinks

Silver nosedived by a whopping ₹1,300 to end at ₹37,035 per kg from ₹38,335 on Thursday.

Press Trust of India

Gold suffered its biggest fall in over 15 months and closed below the key ₹26,000 per 10 grams mark on the domestic bullion market on Friday on the back of massive selling by speculative tr... »

What to watch

Maiden interim dividend from Tide Water

The stock of Tide Water Oil (India) will remain in focus as its board of directors meet on Monday to consider the first interim dividend for 2014-15. The board will also take on record the unaudit... »

Company news

The Gauhati High Court on Friday approved the composite scheme of arrangement between Greenply Industries and Greenlam Industries, its wholly owned subsidiary. Following this, the decorativ... »

Foreign investors accumulate Ranbaxy shares

Aesha Datta

Foreign institutional investors over the year — September to September — have increased their stake in Ranbaxy Laboratories to 13.08 per cent from 10.42 per cent, an increase of more than... »

Quality lends colour to turmeric

Our Correspondent

Spot turmeric prices increased on Friday at Erode markets on account of upcountry orders. “Traders received a few orders from North India and so they preferred the quality turmeric and purc... »

Mixed trend in edible oils

Our Correspondent

Edible oils market witnessed a mixed trend on Friday tracking overnight sharp drop in futures. On the Bombay Commodity Exchange, soyabean, sunflower and rapeseed oil rose by ₹5/10 kg each.... »

India imports 12,000 t of Australian wheat

Reuters

India has imported about 12,000 tonnes of wheat from Australia at $310-$315 a tonne despite overflowing grain bins at home as some flour millers and traders find it more economical and convenient... »

Gold futures down at Rs 26,775 per 10 gm

PTI

Gold prices fell 0.11 per cent to Rs 26,775 per 10 grams at the futures trade today as speculators indulged in trimming positions amid weak cues from global market and subdued domestic demand.... »

The Nifty Call

Yoganand D, BL Research Bureau ​

Nifty November Futures (8,326) The November month Nifty futures contract started the session on a strong note with an upward gap at 8,234, breaching a key resistance at 8,200. »

Currency daily report for Oct 31

Currency daily report for Oct 31, 2014 by Veracity Financial Services »

Gold rates

HDFC extends rally, up 4.3% on BSE

Crude oil prices down in Asian trade

Sensex, Nifty touch new highs

Friday braces for key company results

Mayur Uniquoters board to announce second interim

Outlook turns bullish for mustard, oil

Turmeric prices improve on demand

Drop in freight rates drags sugar

Markets hit a high on surprise widening of stimulus by Japan

Our Bureau

Global markets, including India, rallied after the Bank of Japan (BoJ) accelerated its quantitative easing to ¥80 trillion from about ¥60 trillion.The Nifty and the Sensex closed at an... »

Rupee strengthens to 61.36

Our Bureau

Tracking gains in the local equity market on account of robust capital flows, the rupee strengthened to close at 61.36 against the dollar on Friday from its previous two-week closing low o... »

Broker's call

MorningstarAmbuja Cements (Hold)CMP: ₹227.45Fair value: ₹262Investors should greet Ambuja Cements’ September quarter results with enthusiasm as Ambuja has beaten... »

Cotton wilts on weak buying

Our Correspondent

Cotton prices moved down as Nilofar cyclone ended without any damage in Gujarat. Moreover, weak demand also pressurised the price. Gujarat Sankar-6 cotton was down ₹500 to ₹32,900-... »

Weak arrivals put pulses on the boil

Our Correspondent

Riding on higher imports and weak arrival, both pulses and pulse seeds prices in Indore mandis are hitting through the roof for the past few days. Amid declining arrival and higher demand,... »

Shares jump, yen slumps as BoJ cranks up stimulus

Reuters

World shares jumped and the yen fell to a seven-year low against the dollar on Friday as the Bank of Japan surprised financial markets by significantly expanding its massive stimulus programme. <... »

Currency midday update for Oct 31

Currency midday update for Oct 31, 2014 by Mecklai Financial ... »

Technical forex report for Oct 31

Technical forex report for Oct 31, 2014 by Veracity Financial Services <... »

Japanese shares soar, yen skids after BoJ stuns with fresh easing steps

Reuters

Japanese stocks jumped more than 5 per cent and the yen skidded to nearly seven-year lows against the dollar on Friday after the Bank of Japan surprised markets with fresh easing steps that it cal... »

Silver rates

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IDFC makes further ground on NSE, up over 5%

Rupee trading weak at 61.41

P M Telelinks appoints independent director

Supreme Petrochem buyback offer ends

Q2 show augers well for Bharti Airtel

Godfrey Phillips board meets on Nov 9

Forbes & Company board gives nod to new project in Mumbai

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