Markets-The Economic Times 6 April 2018

Will multiplexes bear the brunt of Padmaavat ban in March quarter?

Market experts noted that despite better content, multiplex firms faced a slew of problems in Q4.

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Wall Street opens lower as trade war fears escalate

Global markets edged downwards on Friday after Trump's threat to impose an extra $100 billion in tariffs on China.

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Rupee ends steady at 64.97

The Indian unit largely traded sideways for most part of the session.

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ETMarkets Evening Podcast: What may sway your market next week

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Forex reserves hit lifetime high of $424.36 billion

Forex reserves comprise FCAs, gold reserves, SDRs and the RBI's position with the IMF.

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Sebi to take action against 14,720 entities for 'non-genuine trades'

Adjudication proceedings have already been initiated against 567 entities involved in such trades.

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ETMarkets After Hours: Movers and shakers of Friday’s trade

Shares of RCom emerged as the most active stock in terms of volume, followed by GMR Infra.

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Tech view: Nifty forms an indecisive Doji, faces resistance at 10,350 level

With gains in 4 out of 5 sessions, the index made a bullish candle on the weekly chart.

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There are plenty of opportunities in the market on a bottom-up basis: Jigar Shah, Kimeng Securities

“One will have to pick stocks where the earnings disappointment is unlikely or momentum is strong.”

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Sensex, Nifty end flat as trade war worries resurface

Market ended rangebound as investors were still nervous about global trade tensions.

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F&O: Nifty50 makes higher highs & lows for third session

As long as it holds above 10,276 level, the Nifty50 can extend its move towards 10,440.

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IDBI Bank going aggressively on recovery of retail NPAs: G M Yadwadkar

"Provision write back will depend upon what values will be emerging as a part of the resolution process."

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Agri-commodities: Crude palm oil, cardamom fall on muted demand

Cardamom prices drifted further lower by 2.93 per cent to Rs 1,012 per kg.

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Agri-commodities: Crude palm oil, cardamom fall on muted demand

Cardamom prices drifted further lower by 2.93 per cent to Rs 1,012 per kg.

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If investment cycle starts, less money will flow into market: Lalit Nambiar

“Domestic fund flow will continue to grow, but not as fast, says Lalit Nambiar of UTI Mutual Fund

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