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Bombay-Stock-Exchange
297 investor complaints resolved in Dec '22: BSE
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According to the BSE, it had resolved 297 complaints from investors against 186 listed companies. These resolved complaints include complaints brought forward from the previous periods. Last month, the BSE received 191 complaints against 130 companies. In terms of numbers, complaints for non-receipt of equity shares head the table.
Markets-setback
Markets looking for final burst before year end
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This brings us close to the level where the rally must commence again in the next couple of days. If that does not happen, there could be another sharp round of selling which would emerge. This could probably put an end to the expected Santa Claus rally that one is used to seeing in Indian markets. BSESENSEX lost 686.83 points or 1.09 per cent to close at 62,181.67 points while NIFTY lost 199.50 points or 1.07 per cent to close at 18,496.60 points.
Bombay-Stock-Exchange
Momentum in markets is setting in
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BSESENSEX gained 574.86 points or 0.92 per cent to close at 62,868.50 points while NIFTY gained 183.35 points or 0.99 per cent to close at 18,696.10 points. The broader markets fared much better and we saw BSE100, BSE200 and BSE500 gain 1.18 per cent, 1.42 per cent and 1.50 per cent respectively. BSEMIDCAP was up 2.84 per cent while BSESMALLCAP gained 2.43 per cent.
Bombay-Stock-Exchange
Indian markets continued to scale new heights
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The Sensex opened at 63,357.99 points, reached a high of 63,583.07 points, a low of 63,183.77 points and closed at 63,284.19 points. On Wednesday, the Sensex had closed at 63,099.65 points. At the NSE, the Nifty opened at 18,871.95, touched a high of 18,874.30 points, a low of 18,778.20 points and closed at 18,812.50 points.
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Indian markets scale new heights
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The Sensex opened at 63,357.99 points reached a high of 63,583.07 points and a low of 63,357.99 points. On Wednesday, the Sensex had closed at 63,099.65 points. At the NSE, the Nifty opened at 18,871.95, touched a high of 18,874.30 points and a low of 18,842.05 points. It had closed at 18,758.35 points on Wednesday.
Bombay-Stock-Exchange
Indian stock markets touch new heights for 2nd day
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The Sensex of BSE on Tuesday touched a record high of 62,877.73 points after opening at 62,362.08 points and touched a low of 62,362.08 points during the day. The Sensex closed at 62,681.84 points, up by 177.04 points. On Monday, the Sensex had closed at 62,504.80 points after hitting an all time high of 62,701.40 points.
Bombay-Stock-Exchange
Sensex touches record high at 62,272; Nifty nears 18,500
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The BSE Sensex closed at an all-time high of 62,272.68 points, up 762.10 points or 1.24 per cent, on Thursday. Siddhartha Khemka, Head - Retail Research, Motilal Oswal Financial Services, said Indian equities had a stupendous day on the monthly F&O expiry with key benchmark indices touching record levels.
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'US market impact for Sensex to cross 60K'
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"The ongoing rally which has taken the Sensex above 60,000 has been triggered mainly by the rally in the mother market US where the Dow has recorded four straight weeks of gains," Dr. V K Vijayakumar, Chief Investment Strategist at Geojit Financial Services, said.
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Bombay-Stock-Exchange
US market impact for Sensex to cross 60K'
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"The ongoing rally which has taken the Sensex above 60,000 has been triggered mainly by the rally in the mother market US where the Dow has recorded four straight weeks of gains," Dr. V K Vijayakumar, Chief Investment Strategist at Geojit Financial Services, said.
PM-Narendra-Modi
C-295 aircraft facility big step to become truly 'Aatmanirbhar': N. Chandrasekaran
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Speaking on the occasion, TATA Sons Chairman N. Chandrasekaran said, "With the setting up of the Final Assembly Line (FAL) in Vadodara, the Tata Group will now be able to take aluminum ingots at one end of the value stream and turn it into am Airbus C295 aircraft for the Indian Air Force. This is a historic moment not only for the Tata Group, but for the entire country, as it embraces the Prime Minister's vision of being truly 'Aatmanirbhar'."
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