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 Indian shares hit all-time highs on Wednesday, continuing their rally into a fifth session as upbeat global factors added to investor risk appetite ahead of a central bank policy meeting outcome. The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) is likely to

 Indian markets dived on Tuesday after the country’s military aircraft conducted air strikes on militant camps inside Pakistan, escalating tensions between the two nuclear-armed neighbours. India government confirmed the Air Force conducted air strikes on “terror camps” in Pakistan, after

Indian shares rose, 10-year bond yields slid while the rupee strengthened on Wednesday amid bets the nation’s central bank will cut interest rates after consumer prices rose at a slower-than-anticipated pace. Annual retail inflation in January rose 2.05 percent, its

 Indian shares slipped on Tuesday as investors locked in profits after a five-day rally, while losses in financials and auto stocks dented sentiment. Asian shares and U.S. stock futures slipped as pessimism about world growth drove investors away from risky

 Indian shares recovered from early losses to trade slightly higher on Friday, with gains in the financial and consumer sectors eclipsing losses in large-cap IT stocks. The broader Nifty, which fell as much as 0.5 percent in early trade, was

(Reuters) – Indian shares made modest gains in a special “muhurat” one-hour trading session for Diwali on Wednesday, shored up by large-cap IT and financial stocks. The benchmark Sensex rose 0.7 percent to 35,237.68, while the broader Nifty climbed 0.65

Indian shares will hit a new record high by year-end despite being rated as expensive, strategists polled by Reuters said, citing high oil prices and election uncertainty as the biggest downside risks to the BSE Sensex. While the tit-for-tat tariff

 Indian shares fell on Monday as concerns about a global trade war turned investors cautious, with metals and information technology stocks coming under selling pressure. The broader Nifty ended down 0.17 percent at 10,799.85, while the benchmark Sensex closed 0.21

 Indian shares were little changed on Monday, as weak global cues made investors cautious, with gains in oil marketing firms due to lower crude oil prices offset by losses in pharmaceutical and metals stocks. Asia shares ex-Japan dropped on Monday

Indian equities pared early gains and ended lower for the first time in four sessions on Thursday, with shares of pharmaceutical companies such as Sun Pharmaceutical Industries losing further ground. The benchmark BSE Sensex closed down 0.21 percent at 35,246.27.