There was marginal selling by FIIs on the expiry day to the tune of Rs. 170 crore while the DIIs were buyers to the tune of Rs.500 crore. The expiry was smooth with little.hassles due to a l... Read more
FIIs continued to be net sellers to the tune of almost Rs.186 crore even as domestic funds bought round Rs. 642 crore worth of net equities. Domestic buying was largely led by local mutual f... Read more
Punjab National Bank disappointed the street on earnings but more than made up for it with a sharp improvement in its NPA management. The first quarter profit fell by 49% to Rs.721 crore. In... Read more
FIIs continued to be net sellers to the tune of almost Rs.1400 crore even as domestic funds bought around Rs. 660 crore worth of net equities. This shows that FIIs are not exactly happy with... Read more
It was absolute carnage on Dalal Street as the Nifty corrected by 160 points and the Sensex fell by 550 points. The trigger was the SIT directive to SEBI to pursue the P-Notes trail more agg... Read more
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