Mumbai: The benchmark BSE Sensex today rose over 54 points in early trade, extending gains for the second straight day, as participants made selective buying in shares of RIL, ONGC, SBI and Infosys.
The 30-share index gained 54.14 points, or 0.21 percent, to 25,575.33. The gauge had gained 330.71 points in the last session on late heavy fund-based buying.
The wide-based National Stock Exchange index Nifty moved up by 14.60 points, 0.19 percent, to 7,646.30.
Brokers said selective buying by participants despite a mixed trend on other Asian bourses, amidst deepening crisis in Iraq, influenced the sentiments here.
Mumbai: Extending losses for the third straight session, the benchmark BSE Sensex fell over 51 points in early trade today on sustained selling by funds, tracking mixed Asian cues and weakening rupee amidst tension in Iraq that led to rise in global crude prices.
The 30-share index, which had lost 385.73 points in the previous two sessions, fell by another 51.25 points, or 0.20 percent, to 25,139.23 in early trade with FMCG, realty, power, banking, oil and gas, capital goods and PSU sector stocks leading the fall.
The broader Nifty of the National Stock Exchange too moved down by 4.95 points, or 0.07 percent, to 7,528.60.
Mumbai: The benchmark BSE Sensex dropped over 34 points in opening trade on Monday as funds and retail investors indulged in reducing positions on weak Asian cues amid fears over the growing crisis in Iraq.
Besides, a cautious approach adopted by participants ahead of wholesale inflation data for May to be released later in the day, also influenced the sentiments.
Stocks of realty, metals, capital goods, consumer durables, PSUs, oil & gas and banking sectors led the fall.
The 30-share Sensex fell by 34.29 points, or 0.14 percent, to trade at 25,193.88. It had lost 348.04 points in the previous session on Friday.
New Delhi: Dragged down by state-run ONGC, seven of the top 10 most valued Indian companies together lost Rs 67,233 crore in terms of market capitalisation last week.
Barring TCS, HDFC Bank and Infosys in the top 10 club, the rest seven, including the likes of RIL, ITC and Coal India, witnessed declines in their market valuation for the week ended Friday (June 13).
Energy major ONGC's M-cap plunged Rs 35,548.06 crore to Rs 3,61,426.68 crore, taking the steepest hit in the domestic market capitalisation (m-cap) chart.
Mumbai: The benchmark BSE Sensex was hit by a sudden spike in crude oil prices despite the country reporting positive macro economic indicators during the week.
The week saw the markets registering couple of record-highs boosted by the government's business-friendly economic agenda as well as optimism over important macro data of industrial production (IIP) and retail inflation amid increased buying by foreign funds (FIIs).
Barring IT, healthcare and tech which attracted good buying interest, other sectoral indices witnessed selling with realty, PSU, oil & gas, metal, power and banking witnessing the downslide.
Mumbai: The benchmark BSE Sensex extended gains for the second straight day by adding nearly 111 points in early trade Friday on sustained capital inflows after the country reported positive economic data yesterday.
The 30-share barometer rose 110.69 points, or 0.43 percent, to 25,686.90 with stocks of realty, capital goods, power, PSU, metal and oil & gas sectors leading the gains.
The index had jumped 102.32 points in the previous session.
Similarly, the National Stock Exchange index Nifty moved up by 8.30 points, or 0.11 percent, to 7,658.20.
Mumbai: The benchmark Sensex recouped most of the previous session losses to end 102.32 points up near record highs powered by gains in HDFC, TCS and Sun Pharma shares ahead of industrial output and retail inflation data release due later on Thursday.
Smallcap and midcap stocks were also seen back in demand, helping sentiments improve, said equity dealers.
Mumbai: The BSE Sensex rose by 85 points in morning trade on buying in oil & gas, IT, healthcare, consumer durables and metal stocks ahead of industrial output data and consumer inflation numbers to be released later in the day.
The 30-share index opened sharply higher at 25,597.21 points, but bouts of selling led to a low of 25,409.69 points in early trdae.
The barometer was trading up by 85.57 points, or 0.34 per cent, at 25,559.46 points at 1100 hrs. Meanwhile, the NSE 50-share Nifty was also up by 9.60 points, or 0.13 percent, at 7,636.45.
Mumbai: The market's initial record-setting spree came to a halt, with Sensex losing 140.94 points in late morning trade after most of the key sector stocks witnessed intense profit-booking.
Barring IT, tech and health-care sectors, rest all the counters including realty, metal, power, oil & gas, banking, auto, consumer durables and FMCG saw profit-booking.
The market opened with sharp gain at 25,706.35 and reached an all-time new high of 25,711.11 before succumbing to profit-booking.
This led to a low of 25,347.33 before quoting at 25,439.27 at 1005 hours, losing 140.94 points, or 0.55 percent.
Mumbai: The benchmark BSE Sensex climbed to a new record high of 25,601.07 and the NSE Nifty crossed 7,600-mark for the first time to trade at 7,646.25 in opening trade today as foreign funds and retail investors indulged in creating positions amid a firming Asian trend.
The 30-share index, which had rallied by 590.63 points in the past two sessions, spurted by another 204.61 points, or 0.81 percent, to trade at fresh record high of 25,601.07.
All the sectoral indices led by realty and capital goods were trading in the positive territory with gains of up to 3 percent.
Mumbai: Extending their record-breaking show, benchmark indices Sensex and Nifty on Friday hit new life-time highs and ended about 1.5 percent up as southwest monsoon set in and hefty overseas inflows continued, buoyed by hopes of policy reforms by the new government.
Besides, a firming trend overseas after European Central Bank announced stimulus measures, accelerated fund flows into emerging markets like India, brokers said.
Mumbai: Extending Thursday's gains, the benchmark BSE Sensex spurted by another 210 points on Friday in early trade on sustained foreign fund inflows amidst a firming trend overseas in response to ECB measures to boost the eurozone economy.
The 30-share Sensex shot up by 210.51 points, or 0.84 per cent, to trade at 25,230.02 with stocks of oil and gas, realty, capital goods, PSUs and banking sectors rallied. The gauge had climbed nearly 214 points in the previous session.
Mumbai: The benchmark Sensex created history on Thursday by closing above the 25,000 mark for the first time on heavy buying in metal, power and oil & gas shares by overseas investors, amid expectations the European Central Bank will unveil an economic stimulus shortly.
The 30-share BSE index after commencing higher, surged further to breach the 25,000 mark once more. It hit the day's high of 25,044.06, before settling 213.68 points, or 0.86 percent higher, at all-time closing high of 25,019.51.
Mumbai: Extending losses for the second straight day, the benchmark BSE Sensex fell by another 103 points in early trade Thursday on selling mainly in banking, auto, realty and refinery sector stocks on the back of lower Asian cues.
ICICI Bank slipped by 1.72 percent and HDFC Bank by 1.54 percent as the stock also turned ex-dividend today.
The Sensex resumed slightly higher at 24,828.38 and moved in a range of 24,664.88 and 24,831.79 before quoting at 24,702.38 at 1000 hours, showing a loss of 103.45 points, or 0.42 percent, from its last close.
India's key benchmark indices were down up to 0.2 percent. Metal stocks headed for a second day of gains on positive China factory surveys earlier this week.
Tata Steel was up 2.3 percent while Hindalco Industries gained 3.6 percent.
Also, overseas investors bought shares worth Rs 5.75 billion (USD 96.9 million) on Tuesday, provisional exchange data show.
IT exporters fell on continued churn to domestic-oriented stocks. Tata Consultancy Services declined 2 percent while Infosys was down 1.7 percent.
Mumbai: The benchmark BSE Sensex gained over 67 points in early trade on Wednesday on continued capital inflows by funds and retail investors, following the RBI's decision to cut the statutory liquidity ratio (SLR).
Rising for the third straight day, the 30-share barometer surged 67.31 points, or 0.27 percent, to 24,925.90 with stocks of consumer durables, realty, capital goods and auto sectors leading the rise.
The index had gained over 641 points in last two trading sessions.
Mumbai: Top bourses NSE and BSE have decided to shift around 200 securities of companies such as Bharati Shipyard, Hindustan Motors and Essar Shipping to restricted trading segment from June 6 as part of surveillance measures.
Few other stocks which would be moved to trade-for-trade category or 'T' group on both the exchanges are -- Aditya Birla Money, B A G Films and Media, BPL Ltd, Digjam, Khaitan Electrical, Moser-Baer and Parrys Sugar Industries and Ramco Systems.
Mumbai: The benchmark BSE Sensex rose over 70 points in early trade Tuesday as funds and investors made fresh buying ahead of the RBI's bi-monthly policy review.
The 30-share barometer gained 70.89 points, or 0.29 percent, to 24,755.74 with stocks of consumer durables, metals, IT, realty, oil and gas and power sectors leading the rise.
The Sensex had gained 467.51 points in the previous session on the back of slight improvement in HSBC Indian Manufacturing Purchasing Manager's Index (PMI), a measure of factory production in May.
Mumbai: After a two-day pause, the buoyant market flared up amid a slew of feel-good factors ahead of the RBI's monetary policy review meet tomorrow with hectic buying in key infra, banking, energy, metal and realty counters rallied the index by 132.55 points to end at 7,362.50 at the National Stock Exchange (NSE) Monday.
The investors sentiment bolstered by the positive momentum in country's manufacturing sector by HSBC (PMI) survey to 51.4 in May, along with good FII buying and better than expected Q4 result led the market momentum.
Mumbai, June 2 - A benchmark index of Indian equities markets was trading 351.83 points or 1.45 percent up in mid-afternoon trade session Monday as capital goods stocks rally.
Healthy buying was observed in interest sensitive stocks like capital goods, bank, oil and gas, automobile and metal sectors. However, fast moving consumer goods (FMCG) and healthcare stocks came under sustained selling pressure.