The Indian stock market started the financial year 2020-21 on a sluggish note amid the coronavirus crisis as the BSE Sensex plummeted 1,200 points on Wednesday.
Stock markets tumbled on Wednesday with the BSE Sensex falling over 1,100 points.
Positive global cues pushed the key Indian equity indices higher on the last day of the financial year 2019-20.
Sell-off continued in the Indian stock markets on Monday with the BSE Sensex losing over 1,300 points to settle well below the 29,000-mark.
Rally continued in the Indian stock market on Tuesday afternoon as the BSE Sensex rose over 1,000 points. The Nifty50 on the National Stock Exchange (NSE) rose 300 points to trade above the 8,500 mark
The key Indian equity indices traded on a positive note on Tuesday with the BSE Sensex trading over 700 points higher.
The benchmark equity indices on the BSE and National Stock Exchange (NSE) opened on a positive note on Tuesday.
Bear run continued in the Indian stock markets on Monday afternoon with the BSE Sensex falling over 1,000 points.
Indian stock markets opened on a negative note on Monday with the BSE Sensex trading over 700 points lower.
The much-awaited repo rate cut was not enough to enthuse the stock markets on Friday as the BSE Sensex ended 131 points lower.
Indian stock markets erased all their initial gains on Friday afternoon, with the BSE Sensex trading over 250 points lower, although the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) announced an emergency rate cut of
The Indian stock market witnessed a gap-up opening on Friday and the Sensex traded over 1,100 points higher of hopes of further relief by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI).