Key equity indices extended their winning streak for seventh trading session and ended with decent gains on Monday, supported by positive global cues. The Nifty registered a gap up opening and surged in early trade. It hit an intraday high of 11,989 level in mid-morning trade. The 50-unit index pared gains in early afternoon trade. The Nifty managed to hold 11,900 throughout the session. The index firmed up once again in mid-afternoon trade and managed to close near 11,950 levels.
KPMG plans to cut about 65 of its 635 UK partners by Christmas following a review of individual performance. European shares touched their highest level in nearly two years on Monday on hopes that a U.S.-China trade deal could be in the offing, while a strong earnings report by Ryanair lifted Irish stocks to a one-year high.The pan-European STOXX 600 index (STOXX) rose 0.5% to its highest since January 2018.
Shares of Ashok Leyland slipped over 2 percent intraday on November 4 as company is going to observe non-working days during the month of November 2019.
Infosys climbs 4% on no prima facie evidence to corroborate any of allegations by whistleblower
Yes Bank has received bids worth USD 1.5 billion from eight investors, CEO Ravneet Gill told CNBC-TV18 in an exclusive interview.
Vodafone Idea rose more than 10 percent intraday and continued its upward journey for the third consecutive session on November 4 after the company management denied reports of exiting its India business.
KEC International has secured new orders of Rs 1,806 crore across its various businesses.
Thomas Cook clarify that the reported sale of the Global Thomas Cook brand to Fosun of China does not include the regions of India, Sri Lanka and Mauritius
Asian shares surged on Monday, with a broad regional gauge hitting more than 14-week highs, as growing optimism over U.S.-China trade talks and upbeat U.S. job data boosted global investors’ appetite for riskier assets.
In Asia, Hong Kong’s Hang Seng (HSI) rose 1.36%, and Seoul’s Kospi (KS11) added 1.43%. In mainland China, blue chips (CSI300) were up 0.72%, and Australian shares (AXJO) were 0.27% higher.
Israel stocks were higher after the close on Sunday, as gains in the Oil & Gas, Biomed and Technology sectors led shares higher. The TA 35 added 0.86% to hit a new 52-week high.
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