Equity benchmark indices ticked up by over half per cent during early hours on Wednesday following mixed global cues amid uncertainty on US stimulus package and surging coronavirus cases.
Equity benchmark indices traded higher during early hours on Tuesday as Asian stock markets rose to a two-week high after US President Donald Trump was discharged from hospital following treatment for COVID-19.
Equity benchmark indices swung higher during early hours on Thursday following a spurt in Asian markets with banking stocks taking a lead.
Equity benchmark indices closed in the negative zone on September 09 following losses in Asian markets after yesterday's rout in Wall Street. Forecasts of double-digit contraction by several global rating agencies in FY21 GDP, rising coronavirus case
Equity benchmark indices were subdued during early hours on September 07 due to mixed global cues with FMCG and pharma stocks under pressure.
Equity benchmark indices traded lower by over one per cent during early hours on Friday in line with weak global cues.
Equity benchmark indices traded marginally higher during early hours on September 02 with IT stocks gaining ground but public sector bank slipping due to profit booking.
Equity benchmark indices were flat during early hours on September 01 as official figures released a day earlier showed 23.9 per cent fall in the economy during the first quarter of the current financial year.
Equity benchmark indices traded higher on the first day of September futures and options series with banking and financials contributing significantly to the gains.
Equity benchmark indices were in the positive terrain during early hours on August 27 ahead of the expiry of August series derivative contracts.
Equity benchmark indices traded higher for the fourth consecutive opening session on Tuesday due to supportive global cues and gains in Asian markets.
Equity benchmark indices shaved off early gains but ended in the positive terrain on Monday with pharma stocks leading the rally.
Equity benchmark indices ended flat after an extremely volatile trading session on Friday as the country's coronavirus infections crossed 20 lakh mark.
Equity benchmark indices surged nearly 1 per cent on Thursday after the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) kept the repo rate unchanged at 4 per cent.
Equity benchmark indices wiped out all intra-day gains to end flat on Wednesday but metal and auto stocks gained substantially.
Equity benchmark indices cracked by over 1.5 per cent on Monday as investors fretted over the economic consequences of surging new coronavirus cases across the world.
Equity benchmark indices extended early gains on Tuesday amid heavy buying in auto, metal and IT shares during the afternoon trading.
Equity indices traded with a positive bias throughout on July 06 session amid a strong rally in all major sectors.