At the close of market hours, the Sensex closed down 279.62 points or 0.75% at 36841.60, while the Nifty ended lower by 91.30 points or 0.81% at 11143.10.
At the close of market hours, the Sensex closed lower by 169.45 points or 0.45% at 37121.22, while the Nifty was down 44.50 points or 0.39% at 11234.40
At the close of market hours, the Sensex ended lower by 294.84 points or 0.78% at 37290.67, while the Nifty fell 98.90 points or 0.87% at 11278.90.
Investors turned wary of escalating trade war tensions between US and China as the former threatened another round of import tariffs on USD 200 billion worth of Chinese goods. This rattled the Asian markets, which had a weak handover on India as well.
Multiple factors were behind this upmove, but investors mainly hoped for some commentary or outcome from the Prime Ministerâs economic review meet over the weekend.
At the close of market hours, the Sensex ended up 304.83 points or 0.81% at 37717.96, while the Nifty is higher up 82.40 points or 0.73% at 11369.90
At the close of market hours, the Sensex was down 509.04 points or 1.34% at 37413.13, while the Nifty fell 150.60 points or 1.32% at 11287.50.
The day was largely dominated by the bears, with the benchmarks seeing selling right from the first minute. Along with it, rupeeâs weakness ahead added to its woes. The Nifty gave up 11,450-mark.
At the close of market hours, the Sensex ended higher by 224.50 points or 0.59% at 38242.81, while the Nifty closed higher by 59.90 points or 0.52% at 11536.90.
At the close of market hours, the Sensex is down 139.61 points or 0.37% at 38018.31, while the Nifty is down 43.30 points or 0.38% at 11477.00.
There was selling across all the sectors, with a major downward move seen among banks, FMCG, auto, infra, metals, pharamceuticals and PSU banks.
While FMCG were one of the big laggards through the day, weakness among banks, along with IT, pharmaceuticals, energy, and infrastructure sectors also weighed on the indices.
A weak rupee, higher crude oil prices along with selloff in midcaps were one of the major reasons behind the downtrend on the market.
A sharp selloff in metals, banks as well as energy names is weighing on indices. Meanwhile, pharmaceuticals continue to trade higher, led by gains in Sun Pharmaceuticals.
A weak rupee weighed on indices through the day, with the Indian currency dropping to a fresh low of 70.8550. Analysts had attributed the fall to rising crude oil prices and month-end dollar buying by oil companies to pay these off.
Moody#39;s Investors Service on Thursday affirmed its ratings on the bank. The rating agency has maintained the outlook on the ratings as stable.
Research house Jefferies maintained buy on Graphite India with target of Rs 1415. It sees potential upside of 48 percent.
380 stocks have hit new 52-week low including names like Bank of Baroda, Canara Bank, Can Fin Homes, CESC, DHFL, EROS International, Hero MotoCorp, Vodafone Idea, Bharat Electronics, BGR Energy, Gammon Infra, Jet Airways and YES Bank among others.
Based on the company#39;s own assessment and advice given by its legal counsels, company believes that it has a good case for succeeding in appeal and will accordingly file its appeal against the order.
Life Healthcare Group Holdings, South Africa, equal JV Partner in Max Healthcare Institute, has decided to sell its entire 49.70 percent equity stake held in Max Healthcare to Kohlberg Kravis Roberts Co. LP.
Other finance companies Bajaj Finance, Bajaj Finserv and Shriram Transport Finance Corporation are also under pressure.
Nifty PSU bank is outperforming with the index up over 2 percent led by State Bank of India which jumped close to 3 percent followed by Bank of Baroda, Canara Bank and Oriental Bank of Commerce.
The board of directors of Yes Bank will now meet on September 25, 2018 to decide the future course of action.
The Bonds will be issued through its London branch as September 28, 2018 and shall be listed on Singapore Stock Exchange and lndia lnternational Exchange, GIFT City.
Cipla has received approval from US Food and Drug Administration for Palonosetron Hydrocholride injectable, which is available in strength of 0.25 mg/5ml.
United Spirits is down 4.5 percent intraday on Friday after its promoter company Diageo sees 175 million pound hit on sales in year to June on forex volatility.
The company has been declared lowest bidder (L-1) by the Madhya Pradesh, Metro Rail Co, Urban Administration and Development Department, Bhopal (MP) for a metro rail project in the state of Madhya Pradesh.
The production from Chittoor plant will cater the needs of PP/HDPE moulding fiber industries globally.
The breadth of the market favoured advances, with 1039 stocks advancing, 561 declining and 450 remaining unchanged. On BSE, 1180 stocks advanced, 633 declined and 93 remained unchanged.
Rating agency Moody#39;s retained Yes Bank#39;s outlook at "stable".