Full Coverage - Market Slump
For market technicians, death cross is a strong bearish signal that indicates a major shift in trading momentum.
Saturday , 20 August '11Equity markets slid anew and gold set a second-straight record high on Friday.
Saturday , 20 August '11Investors already reeling from big losses were thumped by a dismal outlook from Hewlett-Packard.
Friday , 19 August '11Shares in India's leading IT cos slumped as investors retreated from the exporters.
Friday , 19 August '11UK stocks: Britain's top shares plunged again on Friday.
Friday , 19 August '11European shares fell early on Friday, extending the previous session's steep decline.
Friday , 19 August '11132 companies fell to all-time lows on the BSE today - Anil Ambani's RCom, MTNL led the losers.
Friday , 19 August '11The BSE's IT index was down 6%, with a heavy plunge in the share prices of Infosys, TCS, Wipro.
Friday , 19 August '11Stocks in Asian markets opened sharply lower today.
Friday , 19 August '11The meltdown in stock markets has wiped off more than Rs 2 lakh crore of investor wealth.
Saturday , 13 August '11Recent correction in commodity prices could help to ease some of inflationary pressure in short run.
Saturday , 13 August '11Stocks ended higher in a tentative sign that worst of the selling may be over.
Thursday , 11 August '11Speculation that France could be downgraded triggered a massive sell-off.
Thursday , 11 August '11US stock futures rose, but focus is on Europe - sovereign debt crisis threatens its banks.
Wednesday , 10 August '11World shares clawed back some ground on Wednesday as investors took comfort from the Federal Reserve's pledge to keep interest rates near zero for two more years, but losses on Wall Street loomed.
Wednesday , 10 August '11Investor fears about the US economy and debt looked set to generate more volatile trading.
Wednesday , 10 August '11European shares rose on Wednesday extending the previous session gains.
Wednesday , 10 August '11Asian stocks clawed back some lost ground, following a rebound in US shares.
Wednesday , 10 August '11US Fed's pledge to keep rates near zero fuelled value-buying in IT, banking, realty, auto stocks.
Wednesday , 10 August '11The Dow Jones industrial average surged to its tenth-highest point gain in history.