The Sensex and the Nifty ended with tiny losses after a volatile trading session. Key indices opened lower and extended losses as the session progressed.The market traded in a narrow band in mid-afternoon trade. Indices sharply cut losses in late trade.The undertone of the market were fragile amid negative global cues. Investors were also cautious ahead of the US Federal Reserve meeting this week. US Fed officials will meet on 30 April and 1 May 2019.
Newmont Goldcorp Corp had suspended payments and social programs to workers, suppliers, and villages around its Mexico’s largest gold mine in response to a blockade by a contractor and members of one of the 25 communities. U.S. stocks were mixed as gains in the Utilitie Consumer Goods and Industrials sectors led shares higher while losses in the Technology.The Dow Jones Industrial Average gained 0.15%.
Glenmark launches novel, globally‐researched anti‐diabetes drug Remogliflozin in India.
NTPC to start commercial operations at its Gadarwala plant w.e.f. April 30
Cipla receives final approval for generic version of Gilead Sciences, Inc’s Letairis
NHPC signs a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Indian Army for undertaking construction of semi underground bunkers and fully underground caverns at different locations in India
NBCC submitted a revised resolution plan in respect of Jaypee Infratech to the Interim Resolution Professional
Sun Pharma clarified that the USFDA conducted an inspection in its Dadra plant from March 22-29, issuing Form 483 with 11 observations.
Yes Bank slumped 29% to Rs 168 after the bank reported net loss of Rs 1506.64 crore in Q4 March 2019.
Australian stocks rose in early trading Wednesday, one of the only major Asia-Pacific indexes open on a day that was a public holiday in most countries.Japan’s Nikkei remained closed as part of a 10-day holiday commemorating the installation of a new emperor, Naruhito, who was installed Wednesday.
Australia’s S&P/ASX 200 XJO, +0.81% were up 0.6%, with financial stocks leading the way.
Canada stocks were lower after the close on Tuesday, as losses in the Healthcare, Energy and Consumer Discretionary sectors led shares lower.The S&P/TSX Composite declined 0.12%.
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