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US stocks fall, snapping three-day winning streak

Despite Friday's rout, all three indices finished the week with solid gains as the giant stimulus moved through Washington towards the desk of the president, with the Dow experiencing its largest weekly gain since 1931.

Not the time to call market bottom and go all in: Gurmeet Chadha

Keep deploying cash as at every opportunity, says co-founder of Complete Circle Consultants.

Dow Jones rallies as job losses stir talk of more stimulus

The CBOE volatility index fell 5 points on Thursday, but was still near levels far above those in 2018 and 2019.

US Stocks: S&P 500 rallies for second day as investors await $2 trillion aid package

The S&P 500 rallied for a second straight session on Wednesday as the U.S. Senate appeared near a vote on a $2 trillion package to support businesses and households devastated by the coronavirus pandemic.

Dow Jones rallies for second day as investors await $2 trillion aid package

The S&P 500 remains down about 27% from its February record high, a loss of more than $7 trillion in stock market value.

Dow soars over 11% in strongest one-day performance since 1933

All three main U.S. stock indexes rebounded strongly from Monday's brutal selloff as the coronavirus outbreak forced entire nations to shut down.

Dow Jones futures jump 1,000 points after another brutal session

Investors are pinning their hopes on a $2 trillion economic rescue package, negotiations over which appeared to have made progress late on Monday.

Bulls defy India lockdown: Sensex surges 1,862 points; what's behind the rally

The Finance Ministry is working with officials to finalise the stimulus plan.

Asian markets tread cautiously ahead of US stimulus, jobs

Australia's S&P/ASX 200 index rose 1.5 per cent in early trade - its third positive start in as many sessions, but also its most muted.

Fed boost fails to stem Wall Street rout

The energy sector fell 5%, tracking a plunge in oil prices.

What changed for D-Street while you were sleeping

Stock futures rollovers stood at 90 per cent, which were in line with an average rollovers of last three F&O series.

Misleading press release on Covid-19 test kits sparks debate about political favouritism

India's drug controller has been issuing licenses to molecular diagnostic companies to just get their Covid-19 testing kits validated by the National Institute of Virology. A license to get a test validated is different from a license to manufacture a kit.

Confused which stocks to pick after the rout? Buy all of them. Here's how!

That's the straight and simple way of saying: go for an index fund.

Ahead of Market: 12 things that will decide stock action on Friday

A relief package for the poor increased hopes that sops for India Inc could also come soon.

US stocks fall again as stimulus bill stalls in Senate

The broad-based S&P 500 sank 2.9 percent to 2,237.40, while the tech-rich Nasdaq Composite Index dipped 0.3 percent to 6,860.67.

Dow Jones turns higher as Trump promises cures, cash

President Trump, in a now regular update for Americans hunkered down in their homes, said there were therapies that he believed could be rolled out quickly.

Wall Street ends higher to stem coronavirus sell-off

The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 188.27 points, or 0.95%, to 20,087.19, the S&P 500 gained 11.29 points, or 0.47%, to 2,409.39 and the Nasdaq Composite added 160.73 points, or 2.3%, to 7,150.58.

Ahead of Market: 12 things that will decide stock action on Thursday

Analysts expect high volatility to persist over the next few trading sessions.

What changed for D-Street while you were sleeping

The market-wide rollovers stood at 72 per cent till Wednesday. Stock futures rollovers stood at 78 per cent compared with an average rollovers of 72 per cent in the last three F&O series.

Dow Jones falls again to end Wall Street's worst week since 2008

The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 913.21 points, or 4.55%, to 19,173.98.

Bankers face weekend work on Saturday’s test of NYSE shutdown

An NYSE employee who worked on the trading floor tested positive for the virus this week.

What changed for D-Street while you were sleeping

Net-net, foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) were sellers of domestic stocks to the tune of Rs 2153.35 crore on Tuesday, data available with NSE suggested.

Brave New World: Why we're staring at a recession; gold/oil ratio at all-time highs

Don't focus solely on the stock market right now, it is largely a sideshow.

S&P 500, Nasdaq scale new highs on China stimulus hopes

The Nasdaq Composite was up 90.90 points, or 0.93%, at 9,823.65.

US stock futures slide again as stimulus high fades

S&P 500 futures were down 92 points, or 3.69%, at their daily down trading limit, while the SPDR S&P 500 ETFs tumbled 5.6%.

Covid19, the perfect storm for startups and investors

The challenging funding environment may lead to fewer entrepreneurs starting up this year but it’s important to remember that some of the greatest companies were founded during the recessions, be it Apple and Microsoft during the 1970’s recession or Airbnb during the global financial crisis of 2008-09.

Dow Jones hammered as fears of coronavirus-driven recession grow

The halt at the opening was the third emergency pause in Wall Street trading in six days.

Ahead of Market: 12 things that will decide stock action on Wednesday

The market is likely to remain volatile till the number of coronavirus cases doesn't come down.

Covid-19 impact: Dow Jones sheds more than 1300 points in latest US stocks rout

The Dow fell as much as 10 percent during the early afternoon, but stocks rallied somewhat near the end of the session as the US Senate passed a $100 billion emergency package for free coronavirus testing, sick pay and other benefits related to the crisis.

Black Monday: Dow Jones plunges nearly 3000 points as coronavirus response upends Wall Street

Wall Street suffered its biggest drop since the crash of 1987 on Monday after unprecedented steps taken by the Federal Reserve, lawmakers and the White House to slow the spread and blunt the economic hit of the coronavirus failed to restore order to markets.

Dow Jones ends 1050 points up on expectations for huge US stimulus

Wall Street stocks rallied Tuesday on expectations for massive federal stimulus to address the economic hit from the coronavirus, partially recovering some of their losses from the prior session.

US stocks stage furious late rally after national emergency declared

The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 1,985 points, or 9.36%, to 23,185.62.

Ahead of Market: 12 things that will decide stock action on Tuesday

Analysts are of the view that only a fall in virus cases can save D-St from further downfall.

Wall St extends recent selloff, Dow all but erases 'Trump-bump'

The benchmark S&P 500 index ended off of its lows of the session but still down 5.2%.

Income compression will lead to redemption of investment: Ajay Srivastava

Market liquidity is very low now, says the CEO of Dimensions Corporate Finance Services.

Wall Street plunges, bringing record bull run to an end

Trump’s travel ban and tepid fiscal measures sparked the latest leg down in risk assets.

Wall Street set to crash again after Fed slashes rates

S&P 500 futures fell 4.77% to hit a daily down limit in early trading, and S&P 500 ETFs plunged 9%, suggesting the benchmark index would set off a 15-minute cutout.

What changed for D-Street while you were sleeping

The index has breached the swing low of 7,832 and is approaching the 61.8 per cent retracement of the rally from the 2011 low, which is near 7,550 level, said Gaurav Ratnaparkhi, Senior Technical Analyst at Sharekhan.

Wall Street slides as pandemic tag, gag order report rattle investors

The losses deepened after global authorities declared the coronavirus crisis a pandemic.

Re breaches 75 as FPIs dump stocks on redemptions

The rupee is likely to remain under pressure in the foreseeable future.

Asia shares seek calm, dollar rush causing stress

Sources told Reuters China was set to unleash trillions of yuan of fiscal stimulus to revive an economy facing its first contraction in four decades.

US plans to keep markets open, considering shorter hours

Mnuchin said he has spoken to banks and the New York Stock Exchange, and they agree on the need to keep markets operating.

US futures gain after worst stock rout since 1987

Investors continue to clamor for massive spending packages by governments to offset the pain.

What changed for D-Street while you were sleeping

Asian shares slid as more countries shut down in the fight against the coronavirus.

When the virus passes, expect an equally sharp rebound in economic activity: Sajjid Z Chinoy

In 2008 we knew what the shock was and how to respond, says chief India economist, JP Morgan

Investors flee Wall Street, seek shelter in bond and gold

All 11 S&P sectors were trading lower, led by a 5.2% drop in energy stocks, which tracked a slump in oil prices.

Dow Jones ends 10% lower at 2,350 points in worst session since 1987

The broad-based S&P 500 plunged 9.5 percent to 2,480.64, while the tech-rich Nasdaq Composite Index tumbled 9.4 percent to 7,201.80.

Wall St gains as investors buy the dip; stimulus measures in focus

Investors now expect the Fed to deliver a 50 basis points rate cut when it meets on March 17-18.

Go for a mix of debt and equity funds to tide over volatility

Here are five funds in which investors with moderate risk appetite could have an equal allocation to meet their financial goals.

Dow tanks 1,000 points as pandemic fears heighten

The benchmark S&P 500 fell about 12% from its record closing high hit last week, confirming its fastest correction in history on Thursday.

Dow Jones plunged 1,465 points, enters 'bear market' on Coronavirus fears

The broad-based S&P 500 slumped 4.9 percent to 2,741.38, while the tech-rich Nasdaq Composite Index shed 4.7 percent to 7,952.05.

Bulls slip back into coma as stocks sink to 30-month lows

The renewed slump came after the market rose 4 per cent on Friday, posting its strongest ever comeback after plunging 10 per cent for the first time in 12 years.

COVID-19 will impact business, there is no surprise: Neeraj Govil, Marriott International

The world's biggest hotel chain, Marriott International, said the situation in India remains 'very volatile' and that it might have to cut its forecasts for this year and also postpone hotel launches here.

Dow Jones plunges over 600 points on alarm over coronavirus

The S&P 500 and Nasdaq are now over 10% below their intraday record highs hit on Feb. 19.

Dow Jones drops over 3% on virus fears, travel shares slammed

The major indexes fell over 3 per cent. On Wednesday the market tallied huge gains following moderate Joe Biden's success in the Super Tuesday primaries for the Democratic presidential nomination.

Ahead of Market: 12 things that will decide stock action on Friday

Nifty50 tanked 2 per cent, taking its losing streak into the fourth straight session.

Wall Street gains ground after virus-driven selloff

All major S&P sectors were trading higher, with technology leading the charge on a 1.6% gain. Defensive utilities , real estate and consumer staples were the laggards.

Dow rallies over 1,100 points on hopes for coronavirus aid

Wall Street endured another day of dizzying trading Tuesday, whipping up and down with hopes that the U.S. and other governments will cushion the economy from the pain of the coronavirus.

Dow, S&P suffer biggest weekly plunge since 2008 crisis

Of the S&P's 11 major sectors, the rate-sensitive financial index weighed the most on the benchmark S&P 500 index, ending the day down 2.6 per cent.

It never makes sense to try to be brave in a bear market: Devina Mehra

I do not think you are going to be boasting about your multibaggers in a hurry, says Director & Chief Investment Strategist, First Global.

Wall Street sell-off batters bitcoin, pounds palladium as investors go to cash

"It is a rush to cash and a mild panic-type move," Meger said.

Should you buy disruptive tech focused global equity mutual funds?

A tech-led disruption refers to a seismic shift which upturns established industries and overthrows existing market leaders. It is the outcome of an innovation that transforms a product, service or biz model, often creating an entirely new market.

Ahead of Market: 12 things that will decide stock action on Friday

Nifty saw its biggest-ever fall in history, cracking below the 9,600 mark in a brisk selloff.

Ahead of Market: 12 things that will decide stock action on Thursday

Nifty on Wednesday hit a new 52-week low by surpassing last Friday’s low of 8,556 level.

Dow Jones suffers record decline of 1,190 points as Wall Street leads global stocks lower

The CBOE volatility index, also known as the fear index, ended near its session high.

Dow Jones, S&P500 suffer biggest one-day losses in two years on fears of coronavirus

The benchmark S&P500, which represents over 44% of the m-cap of all global equities, lost $927 billion of its value.

Small sellers find an online route to customers via tech platforms

Sellers find alternative channels of business as cost of sales rises at ecommerce marketplaces.

What changed for D-Street while you were sleeping

Here’s breaking down the pre-market actions.

Wall Street plunges on fears of coronavirus pandemic

The benchmark S&P 500 lost $927 billion of its value on Monday alone.

Wall Street's sell-off deepens as coronavirus fears intensify; Dow Jones tumbles 3%

The S&P 500 lost $2.138 trillion in market capitalization over the last four sessions, according to S&P Dow Jones Indices analyst Howard Silverblatt.

Ahead of Market: 12 things that will decide stock action on Wednesday

US Fed said it would relaunch financial crisis-era purchases of short-term corporate debt.

After brief trading halt, US stocks join global market rout

About an hour into trading, the broad-based S&P 500 was down 5.4 per cent at 2,812.42.

Nasdaq caps a $7 trillion decade with its best rally In 10 years

Tech stocks have been able to rally to records even as they were beset by bad news.

What changed for D-Street while you were sleeping

Nifty futures on the Singapore Exchange traded 168.45 points or 2 per cent lower at 8,273.50, indicating a gap-down start for Dalal Street.

Ahead of Market: 12 factors that will decide stock action on Tuesday

China's factory output plunged at the sharpest pace in 30 years amid the spread of coronavirus.

Sensex rises 200 points on firm global cues; Nifty above 11,300

India VIX, the barometer of fear in the market, also fell 3.28 per cent to 23.43.

D-Street bulls in ICU: Five factors behind Sensex's 2,900-pt crash

The stocks crash wiped out Rs 11.27 lakh crore of equity investors' wealth during the day.

Never choose international funds based solely on returns

The international fund category is offering around 15% returns in the last one year. Suddenly, many mutual fund investors are thinking of diversifying and include at least one international fund in their mutual fund portfolio.

Wall Street extends losses after data shows business activity stalls

At 9:49 a.m. ET, the Dow Jones Industrial Average was down 283.47 points, or 0.97%, at 28,936.51.

Dow surges nearly 1200 points as US stocks continue volatile run

Fears of a global slide into recession, and a resulting collapse in U.S. corporate earnings this year, have knocked $3.1 trillion off the value of major U.S. companies in the past 10 days.

Wall Street sell-off deepens as virus spread sends investors fleeing

​After opening positive, the benchmark index turned lower in the wake its largest loss in two years on Monday.

Dow sinks nearly 800 points after Fed rate cut fails to stem market's dread

The broad-based S&P 500 sank 2.8 percent to finish the day at 3,003.37, while the tech-rich Nasdaq Composite Index slid 3.0 percent to 8,684.09.

Wall Street steady as virus fears build; E*Trade surges on buyout deal

E*Trade jumped 24.2% after Morgan Stanley offered to buy it in a $13 billion stock deal, the biggest acquisition by a Wall Street bank since the global financial crisis.

What changed for D-Street while you were sleeping

In Asia, MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan dipped 0.1 per cent while Japan's Nikkei gained 1.9 per cent.

Ahead of Market: 12 things that will decide stock action on Monday

Analysts advised investors to follow a wait and watch approach during the next few sessions.

When the market crashed, this man smiled on D-Street. He tells you why

Most global stock indices had been going up in parabolic moves and when that happens, there is always a reason for a correction. But you do not see it coming, you realise the reason later, says S Naren, CIO of ICICI Prudential AMC.

Rupee opens 37 paise down at 71.93 ahead of GDP data

The coronavirus outbreak may negatively impact global growth by 30 basis points or $250 billion.

Dow futures tank 1.4% as coronavirus risks deepen

Benchmark 10-year US Treasuries fell to record lows, while gold rose 0.5%. Oil prices slid to their lowest in more than a year on fears of lower demand.

What changed for D-Street while you were sleeping

Asian markets traded weak this morning, but Nifty futures in Singapore signaled the possibility of a positive start on Dalal Street.

MakeMyTrip founder Deep Kalra steps down as group CEO, Rajesh Magow to take over

Kalra, a St Stephen’s College and IIM-Ahmedabad alumni, will now serve as executive chairman, the company said in a statement. Rajesh Magow, who was till recently CEO of MakeMyTrip India, will now take over as group chief executive, a move that effectively separates the two roles.

Startups may soon get to list directly overseas: FinMin

Several startups are planning to opt for an overseas direct listing. The plan is to raise capital of four to five billion dollars from markets in London and New York.

Sensex jumps 480 points; 4 factors that drove market rally

​RBI has said that it is ready to take appropriate actions to preserve financial stability

Sandeep Tandon on why 2020 is not a repeat of 2008

Strategic short positions are there in a big way. I do not think the market is going to cut these positions in a hurry, says the Quant Group founder.

What changed for D-Street while you were sleeping

Stocks were slammed on Monday and the dollar battered after emergency rate cut in the United States.

Sensex crashes 894 points: Coronavirus, YES Bank & other factors behind fall

A fast spreading coronavirus beyond its epicentre in China spooked investors across the globe.

Ahead of Market: 12 things that will decide stock action on Thursday

Market has been suffering major damage due to the panic over the economic fallout of coronavirus.

Sensex pares gains on weak US futures, ends 61 points up; Nifty above 11,250

The market breadth was neutral with gainers and losers nearly equal in number.

NSE, BSE to launch RFQ platform for debt securities

The exchange said the platform -- NSE RFQ (request for quote) -- will be launched by Sebi Chairman Ajay Tyagi on Tuesday, February 4.

Asia shares follow Wall Street higher, but coronavirus risk lurks

MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan added 0.2 per cent, in its fourth day of gains.

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