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The benchmark indices ended lower with the Nifty50 settling below 10,250 and Sensex down over 450 points, the biggest single day fall in 2 months in Thursday's session after Apr-Oct fiscal deficit was reported at Rs 5.25 lakh crore, 96.1% of FY18 budget target.  Apr-Oct spending was at Rs 12.92 lakh cr vs Rs 11.50 lakh cr (YoY), while the Apr-Oct receipts at Rs 7.67 lakh cr vs Rs 7.27 lakh cr (YoY) Investors also remained cautious ahead of the derivatives expiry of November series and September quarter GDP data due today. Negative trend seen in Asian markets after a ...

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Nifty ends Nov expiry below 10250, Sensex down 453 pts on fiscal deficit

Asia Check Asian shares fell on Thursday, weighed down by a plunge in high-flying tech shares on fears that a long boom in micro-chips may have peaked, while virtual currency bitcoin steadied after a roller-coaster ride in the previous session.   MSCI’s broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan dropped 1.3%, with technology bellwether Samsung Electronics falling 4.3% to two-month lows and Taiwan’s TSMC down 3.6%.   Japan's Nikkei reversed early losses to end 0.6% higher, though the country's electronic machinery makers index was down 1.5%.

Nifty ends Nov expiry below 10250, Sensex down 453 pts on fiscal deficit

Top Sectoral loser Source: NSE

Nifty ends Nov expiry below 10250, Sensex down 453 pts on fiscal deficit

Sectoral Trend Source: NSE

Nifty ends Nov expiry below 10250, Sensex down 453 pts on fiscal deficit

Top gainers and losers on BSE Sensex Source: BSE

Nifty ends Nov expiry below 10250, Sensex down 453 pts on fiscal deficit

Broader Markets In broader makrets, the BSE midcap saw the biggest single ay fall in 2 weeks, ending 0.6% lower, While the BSE Smallcap index was a little changed.

Nifty ends Nov expiry below 10250, Sensex down 453 pts on fiscal deficit

Markets at Close Benchmark indices ended lower with the Nifty50 settling below 10,250 and Sensex down over 450 points, the biggest single day fall in 2 months in Thursday's session after Apr-Oct fiscal deficit was reported at Rs 5.25 lakh crore, 96.1% of FY18 budget target.  The S&P BSE Sensex ended at 33,149, down 453 points while the broader Nifty50 index settled at 1,226, down 134 points.

Nifty ends Nov expiry below 10250, Sensex down 453 pts on fiscal deficit

India's Power Fin Corp lists its first green bond on LSE in two decades   India's Power Finance Corporation (PFC) has listed its first international bond in almost two decades on the London Stock Exchange to fund renewable energy projects in the country.   The 10-year dated green bond raised $400 million, paying a 3.75 per cent semi-annual coupon and listed on London Stock Exchange's new International Securities Market (ISM) this week.   "The funds raised will help promote renewable energy projects across the country and aid in achieving the government's target of 175GW of installed renewable energy capacity by 2022," said PFC chairman Rajeev Sharma. READ MORE

Nifty ends Nov expiry below 10250, Sensex down 453 pts on fiscal deficit

Interview of the day   Expect 10-12% rise for Sensex, Nifty in the next one year: Sundaram AMC CEO   With the benchmark indices gaining around 26 per cent so far this calendar year (CY17), Sundaram Asset Management Chief Executive Sunil Subramaniam, sayd that fund managers would find it tough to beat the market going ahead, as they would have more challenges to address. He expects a 15-20 per cent growth in the assets under management (AUM) for the industry over the next five years.  READ FULL INTERVIEW HERE

Nifty ends Nov expiry below 10250, Sensex down 453 pts on fiscal deficit

Buzzing in tarde   IL&FS gained over 6% intraday as investors bet on an award going in the company’s favour.   The company's subsidiary, Pune Sholapur Road Development Company (PSRDC) had invoked arbitration against National Highways Authority of India with respect to development, maintenance, and management of a highway in Maharashtra.

Nifty ends Nov expiry below 10250, Sensex down 453 pts on fiscal deficit

Fiscal Deficit data Apr-Oct capital spend at Rs 1.62 lk cr vs Rs 1.25 lk cr YoY Apr-Oct revenue spend at Rs 11.30 lakh cr vs Rs 10.26 lk cr YoY Apr-Oct tax mop up at Rs 9.73 lk cr vs Rs 8.18 lk cr YoY

Nifty ends Nov expiry below 10250, Sensex down 453 pts on fiscal deficit

Fiscal Deficit data Apr-Oct fiscal deficit at 96.1% of Rs 5.465 lakh cr FY18 Budget target; Apr-Oct revenue gap at Rs 4.01 lakh cr vs Rs 3.27 lakh cr YoY

First Published: Thu, November 30 2017. 15:30 IST
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The benchmark indices ended lower with the Nifty50 settling below 10,250 and Sensex down over 450 points, the biggest single day fall in 2 months in Thursday's session after Apr-Oct fiscal deficit was reported at Rs 5.25 lakh crore, 96.1% of FY18 budget target.  Apr-Oct spending was at Rs 12.92 lakh cr vs Rs 11.50 lakh cr (YoY), while the Apr-Oct receipts at Rs 7.67 lakh cr vs Rs 7.27 lakh cr (YoY) Investors also remained cautious ahead of the derivatives expiry of November series and September quarter GDP data due today. Negative trend seen in Asian markets after a ...

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