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Nifty ends below 10,500, Sensex down nearly 300 pts; PSU bank index dips 2%

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The benchmark indices ended weak on Friday amid absence of major domestic and global cues. The and opened firm, with testing 10,600 levels. Both indices, however, trimmed gains as trade progressed.

The Indian indices declined sharply in the last hour of trade with PSU bank index falling over 2 per cent. Among the major losers, Bank of Baroda lost over 3% while State Bank of India, IDBI and Syndicate Bank ended 2-3% lower in the banking segment. Punjab National Bank shed 1.5%.

In other market news, global index provider MSCI has slammed Indian exchanges’ decision to terminate licensing and data-feed agreements with their global counterparts. MSCI, whose indices, widely used by passive investors, help channel billions of dollars into Indian markets, said the concerted announcement by three domestic exchanges was “anti-completive” and would restrict access to the Indian market.

According to reports, National Stock exchange (NSE) is keen to buy a 25 per cent stake in Dhaka Stock Exchange, rivaling an offer from a Chinese bourse

In the global markets, most Asian indices were shut on Friday due to Lunar New Year holidays. However, Japan’s Nikkei rose 1.2 per cent. US dollar slipped below its January low against a basket of major currencies to reach its lowest since late 2014.

(with wire inputs)

First Published: Fri, February 16 2018. 15:32 IST
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Nifty ends below 10,500, Sensex down nearly 300 pts; PSU bank index dips 2%

All that happened in the markets today.

All that happened in the markets today.
The benchmark indices ended weak on Friday amid absence of major domestic and global cues. The and opened firm, with testing 10,600 levels. Both indices, however, trimmed gains as trade progressed.

The Indian indices declined sharply in the last hour of trade with PSU bank index falling over 2 per cent. Among the major losers, Bank of Baroda lost over 3% while State Bank of India, IDBI and Syndicate Bank ended 2-3% lower in the banking segment. Punjab National Bank shed 1.5%.

In other market news, global index provider MSCI has slammed Indian exchanges’ decision to terminate licensing and data-feed agreements with their global counterparts. MSCI, whose indices, widely used by passive investors, help channel billions of dollars into Indian markets, said the concerted announcement by three domestic exchanges was “anti-completive” and would restrict access to the Indian market.

According to reports, National Stock exchange (NSE) is keen to buy a 25 per cent stake in Dhaka Stock Exchange, rivaling an offer from a Chinese bourse

In the global markets, most Asian indices were shut on Friday due to Lunar New Year holidays. However, Japan’s Nikkei rose 1.2 per cent. US dollar slipped below its January low against a basket of major currencies to reach its lowest since late 2014.

(with wire inputs)
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Nifty ends below 10,500, Sensex down nearly 300 pts; PSU bank index dips 2%

All that happened in the markets today.

The benchmark indices ended weak on Friday amid absence of major domestic and global cues. The and opened firm, with testing 10,600 levels. Both indices, however, trimmed gains as trade progressed.

The Indian indices declined sharply in the last hour of trade with PSU bank index falling over 2 per cent. Among the major losers, Bank of Baroda lost over 3% while State Bank of India, IDBI and Syndicate Bank ended 2-3% lower in the banking segment. Punjab National Bank shed 1.5%.

In other market news, global index provider MSCI has slammed Indian exchanges’ decision to terminate licensing and data-feed agreements with their global counterparts. MSCI, whose indices, widely used by passive investors, help channel billions of dollars into Indian markets, said the concerted announcement by three domestic exchanges was “anti-completive” and would restrict access to the Indian market.

According to reports, National Stock exchange (NSE) is keen to buy a 25 per cent stake in Dhaka Stock Exchange, rivaling an offer from a Chinese bourse

In the global markets, most Asian indices were shut on Friday due to Lunar New Year holidays. However, Japan’s Nikkei rose 1.2 per cent. US dollar slipped below its January low against a basket of major currencies to reach its lowest since late 2014.

(with wire inputs)

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