|Day's range||38,881.05 - 39,435.80|
|52-week range||33,291.58 - 40,312.07|
The Indian headline indices-Sensex and Nifty ended higher after turning volatile in the last lap of trading on Wednesday. While the Sensex ended higher by 66 points at 39,112.74 from the previous close, Nifty50 settled flat at 11,691.45 level.
The Indian headline indices-Sensex and Nifty ended higher on Tuesday, snapping a four-day losing streak. While the Sensex ended 85.55 above at 39,034.15 level, Nifty closed at 11,691.05, up 19.35 points from the last settlement.
The Indian headline indices-Sensex and Nifty are trading lower on Friday amid global tensions and liquidity concerns in the NBFC sector on the domestic front. India's May WPI inflation eased to 2.45 per cent in May, from 3.07 per cent in April, owing to fall in food prices.
The Sensex ended slightly lower, while Nifty50 ended in green above 11,900 mark amid mixed global cues. While the Sensex settled 15 points lower at a level of 39,714.36, Nifty was at 11,914.05, up 7.85 points from the last close.
The Indian headline indices- Sensed and Nifty ended higher on Monday amid positive global cues. Both the indices had opened positive today morning. IT stocks were among the major gainers on BSE.
Share Market LIVE: On the sectoral front, indices trading in the green are IT, FMCG, Auto, Metal, Infra and Pharma. In declining indices, PSU bank and Media tops the list with 1.40% decline each, followed by Financial services, Energy, Bank and Realty.
The Indian headline indices - Sensex and Nifty have turned volatile after they opened mildly higher on Friday morning. Both the indices had fallen shortly after but recovered after some time.
Share Market Update: Domestic equity benchmark indices closed marginally higher, after a volatile trading session today.
The Indian headline indices- Sensex and Nifty ended lower on Tuesday ahead of RBI monetary policy meet on June 6. While Sensex fell 184 points, Nifty ended at 12,021 level. Yesterday, both Sensex, Nifty had hit a record high.
Share Market Live: While Sensex fell 184 points to 40,083 with 15 components in the red, Nifty lost 66 points to 12,021.
At closing too, benchmark indices logged record high levels. While Sensex closed 553 points higher at 40,267 level, Nifty rose 165 points to 12,088 level.
Markets are betting high on the possibility of a repo rate cut in the Reserve Bank of India’s (RBI’s) monetary policy committee (MPC) meeting on 6 June after India’s economic growth slowed to 5.8% in the March quarter.
Share Market Live: Nifty 50 has made an intraday high as well as new high of 12,098 after crossing the earlier high of 12,041.5, whereas Sensex is trading at the all time high of 40,283, a rise of 569 points.
Share market highlights: After a knee-jerk reaction this afternoon following the announcement of key portfolios, the Sensex and Nifty ended the session lower. The Sensex closed 118 points down at 39,714.20.
Share Market highlights: After opening higher, the Sensex and Nifty extended gains in the afternoon trade on Thursday. The Sensex ended 330 points higher at 39,831.92, while the Nifty closed near the 11,950-mark.
"The euphoria is for short term from a market performance perspective and we have seen that it goes down in a month or two," its BNP Paribas Asia-Pacific Equity Strategist Manishi Raychaudhuri said.
The leading benchmark indices Sensex and Nifty snapped a 3-day winning streak on Wednesday, even as bluechip heavyweights including SBI, ICICI Bank and Tata Steel dragged the index to give up their closing highs from Tuesday. The Sensex ended the session 248 points down at 39,502.05, while the Nifty closed below the 11,900-mark, led by losses […]
Latest Share Market News: After opening lower, the Sensex and Nifty extended losses in the afternoon trade on Wednesday, The Sensex closed 248 points down at 39,502.05.
Latest Share Market News: The Sensex and Nifty ended marginally higher on Tuesday afternoon. The Sensex ended 66 points higher at 39,749.73.
Share Market Live: IT, Media and Metal were among the most gaining indices of the day, each gaining over 1%, followed by Energy and Realty indices. On the other hand, Bank indices and Financial Services were biggest losers in today's trade, declining over 1%, followed by declines in Auto, Infra and FMCG stocks.
The Sensex and Nifty closed higher on Monday, extending gains from the previous week, after the Narendra Modi-led NDA stormed to victory.
After the Sensex created history to hit 40,000 following Narendra Modi-led BJP's thumping victory, BSE's Ashish Chauhan noted that the 30-share index has multiplied investor wealth by more than 400 times since inception.
Equity benchmark Sensex Friday shot up over 623 points to close at a record high of 39,434.72 as investors felt assured of policy stability after a decisive mandate for the Narendra Modi-led BJP in the general elections.