Broadly positive Asian cues lifted the key Indian equity indices afternoon, with the barometer Sensex of the BSE gaining over 200 points so far.
The Nikkei .N225 ended 1.2% higher at 22,555.43 after dipping into negative territory earlier in the day, while the broader Topix .TOPX advanced 0.5% to 1,752.75.
European shares opened higher but the modest rebound failed to erase the previous session’s losses as investors’ fears about the trade dispute between US and China linger on.
Indian shares were set to snap a two-day losing streak, led by gains in financials, despite lingering trade tensions between US and China that roiled markets.
Shares of ZTE rose as much as 18 percent in Hong Kong as the impact of a U.S. Senate bill that threatens to restore penalties on the company became clearer.
Minority investors divided over changes at ICICI bank
Fund managers seek clarity on governance & leadership for investment decisions
Kochhar's fully paid leave raises questions
Proxy advisory firm raises questions on remuneration
Will issue 5.1% equity shares worth Rs 746 Cr to investors, priced at Rs 1,661/sh
IIFL's wealth management business valued at Rs 14,600 Cr
Investors include Amansa holdings, General Atlantic Singapore & HDFC Standard Life
Gets final USFDA approval for Generic Sustiva
U.S. Sales stood at approximately $105 Mn in a 12 month period, ending in April 2018
Nerolac to enter share purchase agreement with RAK paints in Bangladesh
Will acquire 55% paid up equity share capital in RAK paints for Rs 45.8 Cr
Acquisition to be complete by 31st July 2018
UPL consortium said to be in talks to buy platform's agri pesticide unit Arysta Lifescience
UPL to team up with Abu Dhabi investment authority for Arysta Lifescience
UPL group's talks for Arysta Lifescience unit said to be in advanced stages