Here’s a quick round-up of what has so far happened in the markets today
-Indian shares extended losses as investors remained averse to holding risky assets after the US Federal Reserve's outlook on policy trajectory disappointed investors on future rate cut hopes.
-The week so far has been marred by concerns over surging crude prices and slowing economic growth both at home and globally. The indexes have shed more than 2.5% each so far this week.
-The NSE Nifty50 traded at 10707, after opening at the day's high of 10845. It hit the day's low at 10688. The BSE Sensex traded at 36,112, down by 451 points. The BSE frontline gauge opened at the day's high of 36,614, and hit the day's low at 36,064.
-Shares of YES Bank fell over 6 percent, down for the second day, after CARE downgraded ratings on non-convertible debentures of the promoter company Morgan Credits.
-IIFL Wealth Management, the demerged entity of IIFL Holding, made its debut on Indian bourses on Thursday. The stock listed at Rs 1,200 per share on BSE and 1,210 per share on NSE.
-The share price of Vodafone Idea jumped over 16 percent on Thursday after the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India released a consultation paper seeking to review the deadline to bring down the interconnect usage charge to zero.