European shares held steady at the end of a strong week as a rally in commodities softened, although strong earnings updates boosted shares in Ericsson and Telia.
Weaker sterling helped Britain's FTSE100 outperform European mkts, while Reckitt tumbled after disappointing results and Shire declined as Allergan pulled out of running.
Nifty ended marginally lower, as losses in bank stocks were mostly offset by gains in IT counters even as hawkish RBI minutes stoked rate hike concerns.
Markets regulator Sebi disposed of the charges against private player Karur Vysya Bank as it did not find any violation of shareholding disclosure norms.
Embattled Sahara Group today said the SAT has stayed an order from markets regulator Sebi which directed Sahara Mutual Fund to wind up its schemes.
Aditya Birla Group May Raise $1 Bn To Repay Regulatory Dues
AB Group To Sell Stake & Promoter Entities Of Co
In Talks With Large PE Funds
Deal Will Let AB Group Maintain Current Shareholding
PE Investors To Get Indirect Stake In Idea
Bags Orders For Rural-Urban Electrification Project
Project worth Rs 3577.93 Cr
Projects under Saubhagya Yojna
Projects to be completed within 15 months
Board Meeting On April 19 To Consider Various Bids Received
CKP Financial Open Offer To Acquire 1.39 Cr Shares Of Co
Offer Represents 25.02% Stake, With Price Of Rs 400/Sh
To make an investment of rs 500 cr in GIFT City
Will develop about 1,000 housing units in GIFT City
Residential footprint rises to 10 cities with investment