• Indian Indices
  • Global Indices
  • Commodities
  • Currency
  • Sensex
  • Nifty
{{x.close_price| number:2}} {{x.netchg| number:2}} ({{x.perchg | number:2}}%)
Open - {{x.open | number:2}}
Prev Close - {{x.prevclose|number:2}}
Today's High - {{x.high|number:2}}
Today's Low - {{x.low|number:2}}
Advances/Declines (30 Companies)
  • 1D
  • 1W
  • 1M
  • 1Yr
  • 5Yr
FTSE 100
  • FTSE 100
  • DJIA
  • NIKKEI 225
{{x.close| number:2}} {{x.Chg | number:2}} ({{x.PChg | number:2}}%)
Open - {{x.close | number:2}}
Prev Close - {{x.PrevClose|number:2}}
  • Gold
  • Silver
  • Crude Oil
  • Copper
{{x.Trd_Date}} ( {{x.Time}} )
{{x.ClosePrice| number:2}} {{x.change| number:2}} ({{x.perchange | number:2}}%)
Exchange - MCX
Open - {{x.Open|number:2}}
Exp Date - {{x.Exp_Date}}
Today's High - {{x.High|number:2}}
Prev. Close - {{x.PrevClose|number:2}}
Today's Low - {{x.Low|number:2}}
{{x.Lasttrdtime}} ( {{x.Time}} )
{{x.ltp| number:2}} {{x.PriceDiff| number:2}} ({{x.PerChange | number:2}}%)
Exchange - NSE
Open - {{x.Open|number:2}}
Exp Date - {{x.Expirydate}}
Today's High - {{x.High|number:2}}
Prev. Close - {{x.PrevPrice|number:2}}
Today's Low - {{x.Low|number:2}}
As On 28-Sep-2020 EOD, Market Closed
592.97 (1.59%)
177.30 (1.60%)
    No Companies Visited

Back to news list
  • Market spurts on positive global signals

    Key equity market benchmarks surged on Friday, as recovery in global stock markets triggered bargain hunting in domestic shares. The market came off day's high after Maharashtra announced lockdown across major cities in the state. However, the state government clarified that stock exchanges, clearing corporations, depositories, stockbrokers and Sebi registered participants will be exempted from the lockdown.

    The barometer index, the S&P BSE Sensex, jumped 1627.73 points 5.75% at 29,915.96. The Nifty 50 index was surged 482 points or 5.83% at 8,745.45.

    In the broader market, the S&P BSE Mid-Cap index added 4.18% while the S&P BSE Small-Cap index rose 4.03%.

    The market breadth, indicating the overall health of the market, was positive. On the BSE, 1447 shares rose and 1010 shares fell. A total of 148 shares were unchanged. In Nifty 50 index, 46 stocks advanced while 4 stocks declined.

    Four Cities of Maharashtra Locked Down:

    In a major decision, Maharashtra government on Friday (20 March) ordered its residents from Mumbai, Pune, Pimpri-Chinchwad and Nagpur to stay at home unless required to make essential trips. The measure was aimed at containing the rapidly expanding coronavirus outbreak. Banks, grocery stores and medical shops, clinics and hospitals will remain open. Trains and buses will continue to operate.


    Fitch Ratings on Friday cut India's growth forecast to 5.1% for FY 2020-21, saying the coronavirus outbreak is likely to hit business investment and exports. Fitch had in December 2019 projected India's growth at 5.6% for 2020-21 and 6.5% in the following year.

    Fitch said the number of people affected by coronavirus will keep rising in the coming weeks but that the outbreak will remain contained. However, there are downside risks to this scenario.

    COVID-19 Crisis:

    Coronavirus has infected more than 245,000 people and killed more than 10,000 across the world. More than 88,000 people have recovered.

    India has reported 5 deaths and over 195 cases so far. In his address to the nation, PM Narendra Modi called for Janata Curfew on 22 March 2020 and urged people to avoid panic buying.

    Stocks in Spotlight:

    Hero MotoCorp rose 7.38% to Rs 1832.35. The company said it commenced commercial production at its new greenfield manufacturing facility, situated at Chittoor in Andhra Pradesh. This facility is the company's eighth manufacturing plant and sixth in India.

    Meanwhile, the Hero MotoCorp has filed an interlocutory application before the Supreme Court of India seeking relaxation of the deadline set for sale or registration of BS-IV vehicles i.e. 31 March 2020.

    Hero MotoCorp said that in view of the completely unforeseen developments that have arisen out of the prevailing force majeure situation on account of COVID-19, the company has prayed for an extension of time for a period of three months, as this has hampered all aspects of industry. The Ministry of Finance has also declared that the COVID-19 should be considered as a case of natural calamity and force majeure be invoked.

    State Bank of India advanced 2.55% to Rs 209.05. SBI informed that a meeting of the central board of the bank will be held on 27 March 2020 to consider the extension of approval accorded by central board for raising equity capital from market up to Rs 20,000 crore from the market till 31 March, 2021 subject to the approval of shareholders, RBI and Gol. The board of the bank also approved divestment of entire equity stake (19.99%) held in A Little World.

    Godrej Properties (GPL) jumped 5% to Rs 690 after the company announced its entry into the Faridabad market with its first residential plotted development. This project will offer approximately 95,000 square meters (1 million sq. ft.) of plotted development potential offering attractive plot sizes along with good lifestyle amenities. The site is strategically located and offers a well-developed social infrastructure with multiple schools, hospitals, and retail spaces in vicinity. This micro-market also has excellent road connectivity to both Delhi and Noida. Shares of Godrej Properties were down 5.65% at Rs 620.

    Syngene International added 2.28% higher at Rs 239.80. The company announced on Thursday (19 March 2020) that the newly setup manufacturing facility of the company situated at Mangalore Special Economic Zone, Karnataka has commenced operations and successfully processed the first order upon receipt of all statutory licences and clearances from relevant authorities. The company's third quarter business performance was driven primarily by growth in discovery services and supported by steady performance in development services and the dedicated R&D centres.

    Biocon surged 9.66% higher at Rs 276.95. The drug maker announced that it has received the Establishment Inspection Report (EIR) from the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for the post-approval and Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) inspection of its small molecules API (active pharmaceutical ingredient) manufacturing facility at Bengaluru, conducted between 20 and 26 February 2020. The EIR has been closed with a 'VAI' classification for the observations. At the conclusion of the inspection last month the agency had issued a Form 483, with two observations, which were procedural in nature and are being addressed by the company.

    Rites jumped 7.34% to Rs 243.60. The company informed that its board has approved the closure of the joint venture agreement with BNV Gujarat Rail, subject to the further approval. The joint venture (JV) company named BNV Gujarat Rail was incorporated on 9 December 2016 and subsequently a joint venture agreement was signed between Rites, Shapoorji Pallonji Roads and PCM Cement Concrete.

    Praj Industries surged 9.57% to Rs 52.65 after the company said its board will meet on 27 March 2020 to consider buyback of equity shares.

    ICICI Lombard General Insurance Company advanced 0.65% to Rs 1027.40. The insurance company said it has rolled out a focused 'COVID-19 Protection Cover'. The policy has been launched in group insurance mode. Amid the contagious pandemic, this policy on diagnosis of COVID-19 (+ve) will pay 100% of the sum insured irrespective of hospitalization expenses.

    Global Markets:

    European stocks extended gains while most Asian markets ended higher on Thursday following the overnight rebound in the US market, as massive relief packages announced by global central banks and governments to ease the economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic boosted investor sentiment.

    China's loan prime rates (LPR) on Friday were kept unchanged from their February levels, with both the 1-year and 5-year LPR left steady at 4.05% and 4.75%, respectively.

    Developments on the ongoing global coronavirus outbreak continued to be watched. Europe has now become the epicenter of the global coronavirus pandemic, with Italy's death toll surpassing that of China, where the virus originated, and cases rising exponentially across the continent.

    Central banks from across the globe, ranging from Australia's Reserve Bank of Australia to the U.S. Federal Reserve, have cut interest rates and announced plans to buy bonds in recent days as authorities worldwide race to combat the economic impact of the coronavirus outbreak.

    In US, stocks closed modestly higher on Thursday, in another volatile session, as central banks and governments pledged support for the economic shocks from the coronavirus pandemic.

    Back to news list
Previous Stories :
Quick Session News

Quick Links

Formed in 1986, Capital Market Publishers India Pvt Ltd pioneered corporate databases and stock market magazine in India. Today Capitaline corporate database cover more than 35,000 listed and unlisted Indian companies. Latest technologies and standards are constantly being adopted to keep the database user-friendly, comprehensive and up-to-date.

Over the years the scope of the databases has enlarged to cover economy, sectors, mutual funds, commodities and news. Many innovative online and offline applications of these databases have been developed to meet various common as well as customized requirements.

While all the leading institutional investors use Capitaline databases, Capital Market magazine gives access to the databases to individual investors through Corporate Scoreboard. Besides stock market and company-related articles, the magazine’s independent and insightful coverage includes mutual funds, taxation, commodities and personal finance.

The power of the database is harnessed by our fired-up reporters to generate interesting ideas. The reader-friendly presentation of the idea, supplemented by relevant data and information, can be accessed online through Capita Telefolio and Telefolio Gold. These ideas are used by individual investors as well as institutional investors to do further research and stay ahead.

Capital Market Publishers India Pvt. Ltd.

401, Swastik Chambers, Sion Trombay Road, Chembur, Mumbai - 400 071.
Kindly note www.capitalmarket.com does not send any mobile SMS, whatsapp or twitter messages
giving any kind of stock recommendations.
For Capital Market Magazine Print Edition queries mail to : subscription@capitalmarket.com
For Capital Market Online Products related queries mail to : financeshop@capitalmarket.com
For any other Capital Market Website related Queries mail to : info@capitalmarket.com
To advertise on Capital Market Websites & Capital Market Fortnightly magazine mail to : advt@capitalmarket.com
Flash News 28-Sep-2020
  •  ( 17:26) Most Asian shares end higher  
  •  ( 17:26) European markets rally as banks bounce  
  •  ( 16:25) Broader rally pushes Nifty above 11,200 mark  
  •  ( 15:57) L&T Technology Services to provide engineering services to US-based Tenneco  
  •  ( 15:27) SJVN bags investment approval from GOI for Himachal Pradesh projects  
  •  ( 15:02) Gulf Oil Lubricants India announces partnership with S-Oil Corporation of South Korea  
  •  ( 13:58) Lupin launches cholesterol control drug in the US  
  •  ( 13:43) CDEL confirms 'no negotiations' with TCPL on sale of vending machine business  
  •  ( 13:33) Asian markets mostly edge higher  
  •  ( 13:32) European shares rise across the board  
  •  ( 13:31) Metal shares rise for second day  
  •  ( 13:30) Sensex, Nifty at the high point of the day  
  •  ( 12:33) Ratnamani Metals & Tubes bags order worth Rs 216 cr in Carbon Steel division  
  •  ( 12:28) NSE India VIX cools off 2%  
  •  ( 11:20) Asian markets trade higher  
  •  ( 11:06) Deepak Fert. & Petro. plans to allot second tranche of FCCBs worth $15 million  
  •  ( 10:24) Nifty above 11,150  
  •  ( 10:23) Markets at intraday high  
  •  ( 10:04) Ugro Capital gets corporate agency license from IRDAI  
  •  ( 09:50) Surya Roshni bags order worth Rs 273 cr from Gail and Indradhanush Gas Grid  
  •  ( 09:49) Thomas Cook (India) withdraws buyback proposal  
  •  ( 09:24) Strong market breadth  
  •  ( 09:23) Market drifts higher in early trade  
  •  ( 09:23) Premier Explosives hits the roof on receiving arms licence  
  •  ( 09:22) Sequent Scientific completes sale of investments held in Strides Pharma  
  •  ( 08:24) Asian stocks rise  
Show News
28 September 2020 00:00
(1.13 %)
(5.83 %)
(0.10 %)
(6.29 %)
(3.14 %)
(0.84 %)
(1.85 %)
(0.89 %)
(0.96 %)
(-0.66 %)
(4.13 %)
(7.85 %)
(-0.15 %)
(1.49 %)
(2.37 %)
(1.53 %)
(3.77 %)
(3.25 %)
(-0.08 %)
(3.36 %)
(4.35 %)
(4.51 %)
(0.64 %)
(2.80 %)
(4.24 %)
(2.57 %)
(0.13 %)
(0.89 %)
(2.71 %)
(1.79 %)
Sensex 5min and Nifty 15min delayed as on .
Show Ticker
Rotate your device

Rotate your device

For the best experience please go back to portrait mode.