Sensex, Nifty 50 Jump To Hit New All-Time Highs


  India’s benchmark stock indices BSE Sensex and NSE Nifty 50 jumped to hit new all-time highs today, propelled by domestic reasons such as the hope for favourable election results, and international factors such as low crude oil prices and global market optimism.     The Nifty 50 peaked at an intraday high of 23,110.8

Last Decade Witnessed Substantial Improvement In Sanctity And Credibility Of Union Budget: Nirmala Sitharaman


Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said that the last decade has witnessed a substantial improvement in the sanctity and credibility of the Union Budget, leaving past constraints and archaic practices behind. In a social media post today, the Finance Minister said, that our budgets are characterized by fiscal prudence, transparency, and inclusiveness, ensuring investments in social

SEBI Introduces New Regulations For Sharing Of Real-Time Price Data With Third Parties


New regulations were introduced by the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) to govern the sharing of real time data with the third parties, including various online platforms. The SEBI said, “It has been observed that certain online gaming platforms, apps, websites, etc. (hereafter referred to as “platforms”) are providing virtual trading services or

All Three Major US Indices Rebound On Friday


  All three major US indices rebounded on Friday. Though the minutes of the Fed meeting brought in considerable speculation in the market which led to Thursday’s loss, the Markets have found hope in improving Consumer Outlook on Inflation. Yesterday’s rebound sent Nasdaq to a 5th straight week of gains and record closing high. The

Over 262 Lakh MT Of Wheat Procured So Far In 2024


Procurement of wheat during Rabi Marketing Season 2024-25 is going on smoothly in the major procuring states across the country. Over 262 Lakh Metric Tonnes (LMT) of wheat has already been procured so far this year in Central Pool surpassing last year’s total procurement of 262.02 LMT. Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution said a