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15 Mar 2016

STOCK MARKET- LIVE: SENSEX EDGES LOWER ON SUBDUED GLOBAL CUES.



9:42 a.m.: Nyssa Corporation, Risa International, Visagar Polytex, Country Club Hospitality & Holidays, Magma Fincorp and R.S.Software India were among the losers from the small-cap space, down 3-5 per cent each.

9:33 a.m.: Indian Hotels was the top loser from the mid-cap space, down 1.3 per cent to Rs 95.70. Zee Entertainment, Alstom T&D, Cadila Healthcare, Sun TV, Page Industries, JSW Energy and Bharat Forge were also among the laggards.

9:30 a.m.: The Sensex and Nifty edged lower in opening deals on Tuesday tracking subdued global cues.

The Sensex fell as much as 110 points to 24,694 and Nifty declined 37 points to hit low of 7,501.

From the Nifty-50 basket of stocks, 36 were declining while 14 were gaining.

Lupin was the top Nifty loser, the stock slumped 7.1 per cent to Rs 1,736. Cairn India, HDFC, Vedanta, HCL Technologies, ITC, Cipla, Sun Pharma, ONGC, Dr Reddy's Labs and Tata Steel were also among the losers, down 0.7-2.3 per cent each. 

On the other hand, Tech Mahindra, Bosch, Infosys, BPCL, State Bank of India and Bank of Baroda were among the gainers.

On the sectoral front, pharma stocks were among the worst hit. The Nifty Pharma index was down 1.6 per cent. FMCG, energy and IT indices were also quoting in red.

The broader markets were trading on a mixed note. The BSE mid-cap index was down 0.12 per cent while the small-cap index was up 0.16 per cent.

8:05 a.m.: The Sensex and Nifty are likely to open on a flat note tracking flat Nifty futures on the Singapore Stock Exchange amid subdued global cues.

The Nifty futures traded on Singapore Stock Exchange was trading marginally higher, up 0.08 per cent or 6 points at 7,552.

Meanwhile, other Asian stock markets were tentative on Tuesday as they braced for a run of policy announcements from the world's major central banks this week, with all eyes on the Bank of Japan's meeting later in the day after it stunned markets in January by adopting negative rates.

With the global economy slowing and many countries facing deflationary pressures, investors' attention was squarely on policy decisions from the world's major central banks.

China's Shanghai Composite was down 0.48 per cent, Hong Kong's Hang Seng fell 0.6 per cent and Japan's Nikkei was down 0.04 per cent.

Overnight, Wall Street shares were narrowly mixed. The Dow Jones industrial average advanced 0.09 per cent, while the S&P 500 lost 0.13 per cent.

Back home, foreign institutional investors bought shares worth Rs 1,035.63 crore while the domestic institutional investors sold shares worth Rs 805.34 crore on Monday.
 
9:33 a.m.: Indian Hotels was the top loser from the mid-cap space, down 1.3 per cent to Rs 95.70. Zee Entertainment, Alstom T&D, Cadila Healthcare, Sun TV, Page Industries, JSW Energy and Bharat Forge were also among the laggards.
9:30 a.m.: The Sensex and Nifty edged lower in opening deals on Tuesday tracking subdued global cues.
The Sensex fell as much as 110 points to 24,694 and Nifty declined 37 points to hit low of 7,501.
From the Nifty-50 basket of stocks, 36 were declining while 14 were gaining.
Lupin was the top Nifty loser, the stock slumped 7.1 per cent to Rs 1,736. Cairn India, HDFC, Vedanta, HCL Technologies, ITC, Cipla, Sun Pharma, ONGC, Dr Reddy's Labs and Tata Steel were also among the losers, down 0.7-2.3 per cent each. 
On the other hand, Tech Mahindra, Bosch, Infosys, BPCL, State Bank of India and Bank of Baroda were among the gainers.
On the sectoral front, pharma stocks were among the worst hit. The Nifty Pharma index was down 1.6 per cent. FMCG, energy and IT indices were also quoting in red.
The broader markets were trading on a mixed note. The BSE mid-cap index was down 0.12 per cent while the small-cap index was up 0.16 per cent.
8:05 a.m.: The Sensex and Nifty are likely to open on a flat note tracking flat Nifty futures on the Singapore Stock Exchange amid subdued global cues.
The Nifty futures traded on Singapore Stock Exchange was trading marginally higher, up 0.08 per cent or 6 points at 7,552.
Meanwhile, other Asian stock markets were tentative on Tuesday as they braced for a run of policy announcements from the world's major central banks this week, with all eyes on the Bank of Japan's meeting later in the day after it stunned markets in January by adopting negative rates.
With the global economy slowing and many countries facing deflationary pressures, investors' attention was squarely on policy decisions from the world's major central banks.
China's Shanghai Composite was down 0.48 per cent, Hong Kong's Hang Seng fell 0.6 per cent and Japan's Nikkei was down 0.04 per cent.
Overnight, Wall Street shares were narrowly mixed. The Dow Jones industrial average advanced 0.09 per cent, while the S&P 500 lost 0.13 per cent.
Back home, foreign institutional investors bought shares worth Rs 1,035.63 crore while the domestic institutional investors sold shares worth Rs 805.34 crore on Monday.   

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