Tuesday 14 October 2014

Indian markets closed on Wednesday

Trade4Target : Daily Update 15/10/2014

Oct 15 - Indian markets are closed on Wednesday due to assembly elections in Maharashtra state. The benchmark BSE index fell 0.13 percent, or 34.74 points, to end at 26,349.33 on Tuesday. The broader NSE index lost 0.26 percent, or 20.25 points, to at 7,864.Stock exchanges will reopen tommorow on 16 Oct 2014.

The 30-share BSE barometer on Tuesday opened in positive terrain at 26,537.42. It improved further to touch an intra-day high of 26,550.79 tracking robust earnings by RIL and easing retail inflation, data for which was released on Monday after trading hours.

The broader 50-issue National Stock Exchange (NSE) Nifty settled 20.25 points (or 0.26 per cent) lower at 7,864.00, after shuttling between 7,928 and 7,825.45 on alternate bouts of buying and selling.


BSE 26,349.33  -34.74 (-0.13%)
NSE 7,864.00   -20.25 (-0.26%)

US$ : Rs.61.42

SBI customer enjoy unlimited ATM transactions

New Delhi: The nation's largest lender State Bank of India (SBI) has good news for customers who maintain over Rs 25,000 balance.

SBI will offer unlimited ATM transactions on its home ATM for customers who maintain this balance in their account in a month on an average. While for customers having a balance less than Rs 25,000 SBI will allow only four-time usage on its home ATM while for third-party ATM the usage has been restricted to three, as per a financial daily report.

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