Market ends the week 3% lower after Friday#39;s flash crash; FIIs remain net buyers
Market ends the week 3% lower after Friday#39;s flash crash; FIIs remain net buyers Rising US bond yields and expectation of higher US inflation and geopolitical tensions between the US Iran were some of the reason for the massive sell-off on Friday.
Sensex sees sixth-biggest single day fall as US bond yields weigh heavy
Sensex sees sixth-biggest single day fall as US bond yields weigh heavy The Sensex tumbled 1,939.32 points, or 3.8 percent, to 49,099.99, while the Nifty crashed 568.20 points, or 3.76 percent, to 14,529.20 on February 26.
While Sensex crashed over 1,900 points, more than 200 stocks hit fresh 52-week high today
While Sensex crashed over 1,900 points, more than 200 stocks hit fresh 52-week high today The March series started off with deep correction on the Street weighed down largely by rising bond yields and weak global cues, but some stocks withstood the storm
Analysts upgraded these 16 stocks in February to #39;buy#39; for 10%-29% upside
Analysts upgraded these 16 stocks in February to #39;buy#39; for 10%-29% upside The outlook for many sectors has improved following various steps, including Budget proposals, announced to revive and accelerate economic growth
Trade setup for Friday: Top 15 things to know before Opening Bell
Trade setup for Friday: Top 15 things to know before Opening Bell Shrikant Chouhan of Kotak Securities feels that the index is opening the window of consolidation between the broader range of 15,350 and 14,850 levels.