Procter & Gamble reported better-than-expected quarterly revenue, boosted by strong sales in its beauty, and fabric and homecare businesses.
Indian equity markets traded in the positive territory afternoon tracking strong cues from the Asian markets.
Uber’s robust growth in Brazil, has given the ride-hailing app a far stronger position than it had in Asian markets that it recently exited, executive said.
Deutsche Post DHL Group is working to link Indian companies with businesses in the AEC to strengthen India's economic relations with Southeast Asian markets.
Heightened geo-political tensions in the Middle East, along with broadly negative Asian markets dragged the Indian equity in the red during the early trade session.
The NSE Nifty logged modest gains in volatile trading session and closed higher by 33 points led by mild buying in key sectors.
Elevator and escalator maker KONE India is setting up its second manufacturing unit for the domestic and South Asian markets, a top official said.
Sensex rallied over 300 points on sustained buying in realty, telecom, banking, energy ahead of US Federal Reserve's key policy outcome scheduled later in the day.
NSE benchmark Nifty fell 100.90 points to 10,094 amid weak global cues ahead of the US Federal Reserve's policy decision later in the week.
Nifty ended the session with small losses, down at 10,226.85 due to volatility and further selling pressure, mainly in banking, metal, pharma and infra sectors.
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Economic Times Reports
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Business Standard Reports
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SEBI has sought details of investment made by ICICI Prudential MF
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Move aimed at simplifying & clarifying structure & holdings
To focus on travel, forex, destination mgmt & portfolio investments
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Shareholders will receive 1,889 shares of Quess for every 10,000 Shares Held in Co