Investing.com — August 2021 has been a good month for the markets. The BSE Sensex 30 has continuously broken records in this month. The 30-stock index closed at 53,823 on August 2, 2021. It closed September 3, 2021 at 58,129. The benchmark index has gained
Nifty has gained almost 6.7% in the last one month. That’s a little short of 1,100 points. It closed September 3 on 17,323. Brokerage firm Axis Securities has revised upwards by 2% its target for the to 17,700. It says that the
Enforcement Directorate (ED) is questioning Bollywood actress Jacqueline Fernandez in Delhi for the last five hours, in a money laundering case.
Alphabet (NASDAQ:) was down 1.8% in Thursday’s premarket trading, a day after several states took it to court alleging the company operates an illegal monopoly with its Google Play app store. The suit adds to the pile of litigations against the company
The delta variant made its presence felt. Nifty closed down 0.96% while the Sensex ended lower 0.92%. Tata Motors Ltd (NS:) and JSW Steel Ltd (NS:) lost over 3% each while Hindalco Industries Ltd. (NS:), Tata Steel Ltd (NS:) and Oil And
Tata Motors Ltd (NS:) shares fell 8.52% yesterday after the company said it is facing a chip shortage that could impact sales of its Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) units by up to 50%. Tata Motors shares have moved up 194% in one year.
Here’s what has happened so far: PNB Housing Finance Ltd (NS:) wanted to make a preferential issue worth Rs 4,000 crore to a clutch of investors led by private equity firm Carlyle Group (NASDAQ:). This was announced on May 31. However, the
Twitter (NYSE:) and Facebook (NASDAQ:) were weaker on news former President Donald Trump will sue them as well as their chiefs for blocking him out of their social media platforms. Trump is banned from Twitter for life and from Facebook for two
Apple (NASDAQ:) rose 1.5% during Tuesday’s trading after JPMorgan (NYSE:) said it was time to start buying the shares of the iPhone maker. The Wall Street giant raised its target for the stock to $170, an upside of almost 20% from the
Early cues point to a negative opening for Indian markets today. and the were unable to hold on to their gains yesterday and ended lower after selling in the last hour of trading. The Sensex had touched a record high but fell