Benchmarks Sensex and the Nifty tumbled under huge selling pressure for the sixth trading session last Friday by overseas funds. During the day, the 30-stock BSE Sensex climbed 1263 points, eventually closing 588 points to end at 46,285, while the NSE Nifty fell 182 points to settle at 13,634 levels.
BRAZIL – 12/09/2020: In this photo, the logo of Pacific Biosciences of California (PacBio) … [+] seen displayed on a smartphone. (Photo Illustration by Rafael Henrique / SOPA Images / LightRocket via Getty Images) SOPA Images / LightRocket via Getty Images After a sharp 13-fold increase from levels on March
Netflix’s hit show, Bridgerton, led to renewed demand for Julia Quinn’s Regency-era novels which form the basis of the eight-episode program. Netflix released Bridgerton on December 25 and since then HarperCollins ‘Avon imprint reports that it has sold a total of 750,000 copies of the series’ books, including 285,000 copies
Year-end book sales across Europe were slammed by December closures after Covid-19 cases rose across the continent. Nonetheless, preliminary results from three main markets show that the declines for the year as a whole have been modest. In Germany, Europe’s largest book market, sales rose 25% in the first two
NEW DELHI: After a massive rally, investors took profits in metal stocks while auto and banking names also dragged benchmarks on Tuesday amid weak and uncertain global indices. The volatility indicator also rose slightly, reflecting the nervousness of the street. Valuations have also stretched now, but analysts are expecting better