- Daiji World23 Jun 02:07 AM
On the NSE, Sun Pharma, Bajaj Pharma and M&M were the highest gainers while Reliance Industries, Hindustan Petroleum and UPL lost the most.
- Moneycontrol via Yahoo News India19 Jun 16:00 PM
News At a time when private oil companies like Rosneft-led Nayara Energy, Reliance-BP, and Shell are expanding their network, the government has signalled that state-run oil companies ...
- Reuters India22 Jun 12:34 PM
Indian shares extended losses for a second day on Friday, with energy stocks such as Reliance Industries Ltd and Hindustan Petroleum Corp Ltd losing ground ahead of a key meeting of the OPEC oil cartel.
- NDTV21 Jun 10:07 AM
Stocks of Reliance Industries (RIL) continued the upward trajectory, scaling a new peak of Rs 1,031 by surging 1.08 per cent, reported Press Trust of India.
- Reuters via Yahoo News India20 Jun 23:17 PM
Venezuelan PDVSA's oil exports declined 32 percent in the first half of June compared with May, according to internal trade reports from the state-run company, following seizures of some Caribbean ...
- Moneycontrol via Yahoo News India23 Jun 18:57 PM
Globally, investors awaited the outcome of the OPEC meeting due later in the day, and also monitored trade developments between the world's largest economies US and China. The 50-share NSE Nifty ...
- NDTV22 Jun 19:37 PM
Maximum losses were posted by Reliance Industries (1.27 percent), Coal India (1.14 percent), SunPharma (0.96 perent) and SBI (0.74 percent) in the opening trade.
- Moneycontrol via Yahoo News India21 Jun 18:32 PM
We are talking about the patriarch of Reliance Industries. Yes, Dhirajlal Hirachand Ambani himself, or Dhirubhai Ambani as the world knows him. He is, of course, the man who built the ...
- Zacks via Yahoo News India22 Jun 02:09 AM
Looking at them individually, there’s Reliance Steel & Aluminum (RS), China Petroleum and Chemical Corp. (SNP) and Addus HomeCare Corp. (ADUS). That’s the Spoken Word from our ...
- IANS India Private Limited via Yahoo News India21 Jun 16:58 PM
Mumbai, June 21 (IANS) Amid volatility, the key Indian equity indices provisionally closed in the red on Thursday. According to analysts, heavy selling pressure was witnessed on auto, capital goods and consumer durables stocks. At 3.30 p.m.