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Nifty and Sensex trading mixed taking cues from the US Markets that ended lower on Friday. Gains in the Auto and Realty index pushing the market upwards. YES Bank and Induslnd Bank to join BSE Sensex Index, stock prices of YES Bank boost by 2%. The S&P #BSE #Sensex is trading at 33,390 up by 47 points, while #NSE #Nifty is trading at 10,279 down by 4 points. The BSE #Midcap Index is trading up by 0.47% at 16,751 whereas BSE #Smallcap Index is trading higher by 0.33% at 17,663. Some buying seen in Capital Goods, Energy, FMCG, Finance, Healthcare, Industrials, and Bank sectors, while IT, Metal and Teck sectors show weakness on the BSE.
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Nifty and Sensex open higher for the second straight session, taking cues from positive US Markets. The markets are pushed higher by the banking sector, which gained by 1.7% on back of Moody’s report on upgrade of Indian Government bond rating. PNB gains by 4%, Bank of Baroda, ICICI Bank, SBI Bank gain by 3%. The S&P #BSE #Sensex is trading at 33,484 up by 377 points, while #NSE #Nifty is trading at 10,329 up by 114 points. The BSE #Midcap Index is trading up by 1.20% at 16,702 whereas BSE #Smallcap Index is trading higher by 1.18% at 17,668.
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#Equity benchmarks rebounded sharply after three-day of losses, backed by technology, banks, metals and energy stocks. The 30-share #BSE #Sensex was up 346.38 points or 1.06 percent at 33,106.82 and the 50-share #NSE #Nifty rose 96.80 points or 0.96 percent to 10,214.80. About 1,672 shares advanced against 983 declining shares on the BSE.
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Benchmark indices remained under pressure for third consecutive session on Wednesday, with the Nifty falling more than 350 points from its record high hit last week. The 30-share #BSE #Sensex was down 181.43 points at 32,760.44 and the 50-share #NSE #Nifty fell 68.60 points to 10,118. Bharti Infratel was biggest loser, falling 5 percent followed by Vedanta, Hindalco and Sun Pharma.
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Benchmark indices as well as broader markets continued to trade mildly lower, weighed by weak global cues. Metals, FMCG, oil & gas exploration and HDFC Group stocks were under pressure. The 30-share #BSE #Sensex was down 76 points at 32,865.87 and the 50-share #NSE #Nifty fell 27.10 points to 10,159.50. The market breadth was negative as about three shares declined for every two shares rising on the BSE.
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Nifty saw last hour selling pressure and ended at three-week lows shedding ~0.4% at the close. Broader markets continued its underperformance against the benchmark index. Benchmark indices closed lower as the #Sensex was down 91.69 points at 32,941.87, dragged by L&T, Infosys and HDFC Group stocks. Reliance Industries, however, capped losses. The 50-share NSE #Nifty fell 38.40 points to 10,186.60.
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#Equity benchmarks as well as broader markets continued to trade flat in morning due to lack of cues. Investors focussed on September quarter earnings as more than 200 companies will announce numbers today. The 30-share #BSE #Sensex was down 14.16 points at 33,019.40 and the 50-share #NSE #Nifty fell 8.80 points to 10,216.20. Bharti Infratel remained the most active stock on exchanges due to multiple block deals. Reports suggested that Bharti Airtel was likely to sell around 4 percent stake in the company. Kotak Mahindra Bank, Just Dial, Axis Bank, SBI and Sun Pharma were other most active shares.
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#ClosingBell : Selling pressure in the final hour of trade dragged the market lower, with the Sensex closing over 250 points lower, while the Nifty closed below 10,250-mark. The #Sensex closed down 281 points at 33033.56, while the #Nifty ended lower by 96.80 points at 10225.00. The market breadth was negative as 1091 shares advanced against a decline of 1635 shares, while 150 shares were unchanged. Tata Consultancy Services and Mahindra & Mahindra were the top gainers on both indices, while Adani Ports, ONGC and Aurobindo Pharma lost the most on both indices.
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Benchmark indices continued to trade lower on Monday, with the Nifty continuing to trade around 10300-mark. The #Sensex was down 63.44 points at 33251.12, while the #Nifty was down 33.30 points at 10288.50. The market breadth was negative as 1055 shares advanced against a decline of 1,095 shares, while 86 shares were unchanged. SBI and Mahindra and Mahindra continue to be index gainers, while L&T, Coal India and Aurobindo Pharma were the top losers.
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#Equity benchmarks ended mildly higher on Friday after volatile trade throughout session ahead of September industrial output and October inflation data due next week. The 30-share #BSE #Sensex was up 63.63 points at 33,314.56 and the 50-share #NSE #Nifty rose 12.80 points to 10,321.80. About 1,480 shares declined against 1,197 advancing shares on the BSE.
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