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Stocks to look out for today: 16 OCT 2017

Nifty extended its rally for the second day in a row and touched new all time high level on Friday. However, the up-move was arrested near the trend line plotted from previous crucial swing highs. Moreover, unlike the Nifty, peers such as the Sensex, Mid-Cap and Small-Cap indices couldn’t imitate the move of Nifty i.e.

TOP CORPORATE NEWS- 12 OCT 2017

Cyient Q2 earnings better than estimates Cyient Q2 earnings highlights: Net Profit surges 29% at Rs109.7 crore Revenue up 6% at Rs965.4 crore EBITDA up 23.4% at Rs139.8 crore Ø Realty stocks in demand Realty stocks after Finance Minister Arun Jaitley was quoted as stating that there is a strong case to bring real estate

MCX COMMODITY MARKET NEWS & LEVELS – 12 OCT 2017

Gold Prices Gain In Asia As Fed Minutes Seen Slightly Dovish. Gold gained in Asia as the Fed appears on track for a December rate hike, but set a somewhat overall dovish tone on the track for 2018 in minutes released overnight. Federal Reserve policymakers had a prolonged debate about the prospects of a pickup

MCX COMMODITY EVENING NEWS UPDATES – 11 OCT 2017

Gold Prices Lower Ahead of Federal Reserve Minutes – Gold prices were lower on Wednesday as investors awaited the minutes of the Federal Reserve’s September policy meeting later in the day, which were expected to reinforce expectations for a December rate hike. Expectations that the Fed will raise interest rates in December pressured prices lower.

INDIAN EQUITY MARKET WRAP UP – 11 OCT 2017

INDIAN BENCHMARKS: SENSEX FALLS 90 POINTS, NIFTY ENDS BELOW 10000 Benchmark indices wiped out morning gains in later part of the session today as the Sensex was down 90.42 points at 31,833.99. The Nifty ended below 10,000 level, down 32.15 points at 9,984.80. About two shares declined for every share rising on the BSE. Bharti

TOP CORPORATE NEWS- 11 OCT 2017

Bharti Airtel, Infratel stock soar; KKR-led fund may buy arm Infratel Shares of Bharti Airtel hit a three-week high on Wednesday after a media report said a global consortium, led by private equity firm KKR &  Co, is in talks to acquire the company’s subsidiary Bharti Infratel and Indus Towers for around $11 billion. The

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