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MARKETS ON TUESDAY: Indices end flat, Nifty holds 10700; ICICI Bank up 6.6%

Benchmark indices ended flat on Tuesday taking mixed cues from the Asian counterparts

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SI Reporter  |  New Delhi 

Benchmark indices ended flat on Tuesday, tracking their Asian counterparts.  The S&P BSE Sensex ended the day at 35,216 up 8 points while the broader Nifty50 index settled at 10,718 , up 2 points Meanwhile, stock-specific actions continued on Tuesday as we are in the middle of March 2018 quarter earnings season. Among individual stocks, ICICI Bank rose 7 per cent and was the biggest gainer on the broader NSE index. Brokerages have retained their ‘buy’ rating on the stock citing a significant decline in the “drilldown” list of potential troubled ...

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MARKETS ON TUESDAY: Indices end flat, Nifty holds 10700; ICICI Bank up 6.6%

Market rundown by Vinod Nair, Head of Research, Geojit Financial Services   "Market turned volatile as investors’ are concerned on the movement of rupee and surge in oil price which could eventually lead to tight monetary policy. Albeit, banks outperformed as sentiment improved on account of early recognition of stressed assets. Continued outflow of foreign money will keep rupee on tenterhook while increasing GST collection and RBIs open market operation may soften the volatility. "  

MARKETS ON TUESDAY: Indices end flat, Nifty holds 10700; ICICI Bank up 6.6%

Nifty Bank index up nearly 1%: Top gainers from the pack COMPANY LATEST PREV CLOSE GAIN() GAIN(%) VOLUME ICICI BANK 308.50 289.80 18.70 6.45 87171264 FEDERAL BANK 103.70 101.20 2.50 2.47 15399268 ST BK OF INDIA 250.30 246.50 3.80 1.54 23278419 BANK OF BARODA 145.50 143.55 1.95 1.36 15825358 AXIS BANK 543.15 536.10 7.05 1.32 12027147  

MARKETS ON TUESDAY: Indices end flat, Nifty holds 10700; ICICI Bank up 6.6%

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MARKETS ON TUESDAY: Indices end flat, Nifty holds 10700; ICICI Bank up 6.6%

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MARKETS ON TUESDAY: Indices end flat, Nifty holds 10700; ICICI Bank up 6.6%

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MARKETS ON TUESDAY: Indices end flat, Nifty holds 10700; ICICI Bank up 6.6%

Markets at Close The S&P BSE Sensex ended the day at 35,216 up 8 points while the broader Nifty50 index settled at 10,718 , up 2 points

MARKETS ON TUESDAY: Indices end flat, Nifty holds 10700; ICICI Bank up 6.6%

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MARKETS ON TUESDAY: Indices end flat, Nifty holds 10700; ICICI Bank up 6.6%

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MARKETS ON TUESDAY: Indices end flat, Nifty holds 10700; ICICI Bank up 6.6%

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MARKETS ON TUESDAY: Indices end flat, Nifty holds 10700; ICICI Bank up 6.6%

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First Published: Tue, May 08 2018. 15:30 IST
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Benchmark indices ended flat on Tuesday, tracking their Asian counterparts.  The S&P BSE Sensex ended the day at 35,216 up 8 points while the broader Nifty50 index settled at 10,718 , up 2 points Meanwhile, stock-specific actions continued on Tuesday as we are in the middle of March 2018 quarter earnings season. Among individual stocks, ICICI Bank rose 7 per cent and was the biggest gainer on the broader NSE index. Brokerages have retained their ‘buy’ rating on the stock citing a significant decline in the “drilldown” list of potential troubled ...

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