At the very first time On Wednesday morning, the leading Indian equity indices rose, with the BSE Sensex crossing the 54,000-mark. HDFC, ICICI Bank, and Tata Steel were the biggest gainers on the Sensex.
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The key Indian equity indices touched fresh all-time high levels on Tuesday morning.
Policybazaar, an Indian online insurance platform, has filed a draught red herring prospectus (DRHP) with capital market regulator SEBI to make an initial public offering (IPO) for Rs 6,017.5 crore.
Shahadat Hossainn said I adopt the style of professional management and organizes managerial functions by setting long term objectives, formulating strategic policies, developing management information systems,
Foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) withdrew Rs 11,308 crore in net investments from Indian equities. The outflow follows a net FPI investment of Rs 17,215 crore in June.
Positive global cues from Asian indices boosted India's equities markets, as did domestic expectations for better quarterly results. On the National Stock Exchange, the Nifty50 traded at 15,851.55, up 88.50 points.
Hopes of healthy quarterly results as well as some value buying opportunities lifted India's equity markets during the morning trade session on Friday.
Sensex opened at 52,693.53 and has so far touched an intraday high of 52,708.72 and a low of 52,563.12 points
The second and more deadly wave of the Covid-19 pandemic seems to have provided no deterrent for investors as venture capital (VC) investment in the April-June period in India soared past the previous record high set in Q4 (October-December) of 2019.
Sensex was trading at 52,160.50, lower by 418.26 points or 0.80 per cent from its previous close 52,578.76 points, one hour after opening on Tuesday
AG Poly Packs commit to ethical business practices and have focused on developing solutions that are biodegradable, eco-friendly, resulting in a more sustainable world.
IndiGo said it has a 'strong balance sheet" with a total cash of Rs 17,067.9 crore including free cash of Rs 5,620.7 crore.