World shares steadied and the dollar resumed its rise after a wobble caused by Trump’s decision to cancel a summit, though political risk put Italian markets on track for heavy weekly losses.
Benchmark Sensex vaulted over 212 points, riding on a stellar show by Yes Bank, as investors piled into consumption, IT and banking counters amid encouraging earnings.
World shares on their longest losing streak, as a rise in US yields and warnings from top global firms about rising costs fed fears a boom in earnings may have peaked.
Asian shares fell as a rise in US bond yields to 3 pc and warnings from bellwether US companies of higher costs drove fears that corporate earnings growth may peak soon.
Asian markets were mixed and oil prices fell as relief US-led strikes on Syria looked unlikely to escalate was tempered by concerns at Russia’s reaction to new sanctions
Gold prices gained, as investors stayed away from risk assets after US slapped tariffs on imports from China, raising the stakes in a growing trade showdown with Beijing
MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan .MIAPJ0000PUS fell 1.5 percent, turning red for the week, led by information technology shares.
Fears of a full-blown trade war between US and China battered Asian shares again, keeping the safe haven yen near a 16-month peak as investors fretted over the fate.
A hush settled over financial markets as investors anticipated a quarter point hike in the Fed’s policy rate and awaited guidance on how many more to expect this year.
US oil rig count, an indicator of future production, rose by seven to 798, its highest since April 2015.
Bags EPC packages of Purvanchal Expressway in Uttar pradesh of Rs 1738 Cr
Approved buyback of 29 Lk shares amounting Rs 200.2 Cr
Tamil Nadu Pollution Control Board ordered disconnection of electricity
Disconnection is applicable for copper smelter unit-I at Thoothukudi district
Order requires closure of unit with immediate effect
Thoothukudi copper smelter unit has not been operating since Mar 27
Launched Silver Options, Total Traded Contract Value at Rs 34.36 Cr
Option Positions are physically settled & are European Style Options
Enters into merger talks with NSE For Universal Exchange Framework: Business Standard Reports
R Damani sells 0.8% Stake at Rs 1360.2/Sh
Deal Value at Rs 643 Cr