Indian markets expected to open sideways due to weak Asia cues. Nifty resistance seen at 11180, support seen at 10900,10830.
Global investment bank Morgan Stanley sees the Sensex trading flat at around 36,000 by June 2019 if the general elections throw up a weak outcome, but cruising to 44,000 if the poll result is strong.
Theresa May’s plans to leave the European Union are overwhelmingly opposed by the British public and more than a third of voters would support a new right-wing political party committed to quitting the bloc, according to a new poll.
NCERT has initiated the process of introducing QR code in their textbooks, a move aimed at helping students understand chapters better by watching a film or reading additional content on laptops and digital boards.
Sensex snapped its 2-week winning streaks to register small losses by 45.26 points to conclude at 36,496.37, while Nifty managed to maintain the key 11,000-level to close at 11,010.20, losing a marginal 8.70 points.
Shares of Bajaj Finserv today surged nearly 6 per cent after the company reported a 41 per cent jump in consolidated net profit for the quarter ended June.
Fintech player Paysense has raised USD 18 million by selling an undisclosed stake in a round of funding led by Naspers-promoted payments provider Payu with a USD 11.5 million investment.
The NSE Nifty finished at 11,010.20, showing a gain of 53.10 points, or 0.48 per cent, after shuttling between 11,030.25 and 10,946.20.
Shares of Bajaj Finance soared over 8% after the company reported a 81% jump in consolidated net profit in the June quarter.
Wholesale debt market segment of the National Stock Exchange today witnessed a total turnover of Rs.665.75 crore in 27 trades.