Key Indicators as on 13-Mar-15

Global Indices CMP 1w change
Sensex 28503.30 -3.21%
Nifty 8647.75 -3.24%
Nikkei 19254.25 2.68%
Nasdaq 4871.76 -2.23%
DJIA 17749.31 -2.13%
Hang Seng 23823.21 -1.53%
Sectoral Indices CMP 1w change
Auto 8721.75 -1.18%
Bank 18779.80 -4.90%
Energy 8430.60 -3.58%
Finance 7755.70 -4.84%
FMCG 20676.70 -1.57%
IT 12312.15 -2.79%
Media 2207.80 -1.44%
Metal 2391.15 -3.38%
Pharma 12487.05 -1.15%
Realty 225.95 -3.50%
Global Commodities CMP 1w change
Gold ($/Oz) 1152.60 -3.62%
Silver ($/Oz) 15.48 -4.03%
Crude ($) 54.67 -8.47%
Dollar / INR 63.10 0.48%
Euro / INR 66.39 -2.63%
Top Weekly Gainers CMP 1w change
Natco Pharma Ltd. 2089.95 34.6%
Rasoya Proteins Ltd. 0.64 20.8%
Rajesh Exports Ltd. 205.25 18.7%
Idea Cellular Ltd. 176.60 18.4%
Bharti Airtel Ltd. 392.80 14.3%
Stocks near 52 week Low CMP 52w-Low
Reliance Inds. 841.85 831.20
NMDC 126.65 124.00
ONGC 312.10 305.35


I-T Dept slaps Rs 20,495 cr tax demand on Cairn India
the petroleum arm of London-headquartered Vedanta Resources Plc, said on Friday, it received a tax notice of Rs 20,495 crore from the Income Tax Department for failing to deduct withholding tax on alleged capital gains by its erstwhile promoter, Cairn UK Holdings Ltd (CUHL), a subsidiary of Edinburgh-based Cairn Energy Plc..… Read more from Source

Relief for DLF, SAT slashes harshest-ever capital markets ban by Sebi
An Indian tribunal has backed an appeal by property developer DLF Ltd  against the harshest punishment ever imposed by the country’s market regulator Sebi, cutting a three-year ban from accessing capital markets that began last October to just six months.The Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) last year banned debt-burdened DLF for withholding key information at the time of its record-breaking public listing in 2007…. Read more from Source

Govt rules out privatisation of BSNL, MTNL
Government on Friday ruled out privatisation of BSNL and MTNL   even as it admitted that the two state-run telecom service providers were not in the pink of their health. Responding to a supplementary during the Question Hour in Rajya Sabha, Telecom Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad, said the intention of the government was to bring them back to profitability. “The financial health of MTNL and BSNL are not in good shape.…. Read more from Source

Govt wants Sebi, not RBI, to regulate money market
The government has proposed to amend the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) Act to take away money market regulatory powers from the central bank and bring it under the purview of the Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi). Though the proposal wasn’t mentioned in Finance Minister Arun Jaitley’s Budget speech, the Finance Bill proposes to amend sections 45U and 45W of the RBI Act, which effectively takes away the central bank’s powers to regulate government securities and other money market instruments.… Read more from Source


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