NSE Nifty, BSE Sensex shares gain, SBI, Sun Pharma up: Update
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- Sheena murder: CBI seeks Interpol help, Peter Mukerjea's custody extended till Nov 30
- PPCC chief Bajwa and Jakhar made to resign as rejig in Punjab Congress imminent
- Constitution Day: The many reasons why the BJP decided to celebrate it
- India-Pakistan series to be played from December 15 in Sri Lanka: Rajiv Shukla
The BSE Sensex gains 0.21 percent, and the 50-share NSE Nifty index also rises 0.2 percent, after dropping to more than a four-week low on Tuesday and falling for five sessions out of six.
* Investors are cautious ahead of the 2013/14 federal budget to be unveiled later this month, which is seen as a key test of commitments to shore up finance.
* Foreign institutional investors (FIIs) can buy up to 49 percent shares in Infrastructure Developers Ltd and up to 30 percent in Radico Khaitan Ltd, the Reserve Bank of India said, raising the limits under portfolio investment scheme.
* IRB Infrastructure share gain 2.5 percent, Radico shares rise 3 percent.
- True patriotism requires you to be able to say I am ashamed of my country in certain respects
- Douglass North emphasised institutions when markets were the focus
- ‘Bovine Divine’ controversy lurched between the horrific and the comic
- PM Modi’s achievements abroad appear to cut little ice back home
- Post 13/11 sloganeering at Antalya and Kuala Lumpur won’t be enough
- Can Parliament be insulated from the vagaries of the political climate?