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Nifty Faces Resistance at 10,400

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Gold Silver Reports – Nifty Faces Resistance at 10,400 – The Nifty50 on Thursday continued to form higher highs and higher lows and settled the October series futures & options contracts at a fresh closing high of 10,343. The index made a Strong Bullish Candle on the daily chart and was on the verge of hitting the overbought territory as suggested by its 12-day relative strength index (RSI).

Sensex Falls Below 32000, Nifty Trades Lower, Private Banks Stocks Fall

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Sensex

Gold Silver Reports – Sensex Falls Below 32000, Nifty Trades Lower, Private Banks Stocks Fall – The BSE benchmark fell by over 200 points, pulling back from its record highs, on heavy profit booking in banking, FMCG, oil and gas, pharma and capital goods stocks after a recent rally. Offloading of positions by participants with Thursday being the last trading session of October series contracts in the derivatives segment pulled the index back from record levels, a broker said.

Sensex closes 276 points up, Nifty rises, Tata Steel, Sun Pharma top gainers

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SensexGold Silver Reports — Sensex closes 276 points up, Nifty rises, Tata Steel, Sun Pharma top gainers — Market brimmed with confidence on Tuesday as the Sensex breached the 32,000 mark again by climbing 276 points to bring up a nearly one-month closing high, with the focus clearly on key macroeconomic data. The broader NSE Nifty scaled a high of 10,097.55 before closing up 87 points,or 0.87%, at 10,093.05, the highest closing since 1 August when it settled at 10,114.65.

Nifty cracks below 9,800, Sensex falls 200 points on global sell-offs

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Sensex

Nifty Future Sell SellGold Silver Reports —  The BSE Sensex slumped and the NSE Nifty slipped below the 9,800 mark in early trade on Friday following global sell-off triggered by mounting geo-political tensions between the US and North Korea. Besides, caution ahead of Index of Industrial Production (IIP) data for June due later in the day, too, weighed on the sentiments.

FIIs go slow on Indian equities in July

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Nifty Future Sell SellGold Silver Reports — Foreign institutional investors (FIIs) pumped around $388 million into Indian shares in July, the lowest since April, staying on the sidelines for signs of recovery in corporate earnings amid concerns over stretched valuations.   

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