|Day's range||38,824.26 - 39,476.97|
|52-week range||33,291.58 - 40,124.96|
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.
The Sensex added a whopping 1,504 points in the week or about 3.9% buoyed by the sentiment around Narendra Modi's victory. We take a closer look.
Share market highlights: The Sensex and Nifty ended the week on a euphoric note after Narendra Modi-led NDA's emphatic victory in Lok Sabha polls. The Sensex closed 624 points higher at 39,434.72.
The benchmark BSE Sensex erased early gains to end 299 points lower on Thursday as investors booked profits after stocks soared to record highs after BJP's strong showing in the Lok Sabha polls
It was a roller coaster ride for the benchmark indices, with the Sensex and the Nifty hitting new record highs. The Sensex in intra day trade crossed the 40,000 points mark for the very first time, while the Nifty hit a
Election 2019 Result Impact on Share Market Today: After hitting the 40,000-mark for the first time ever on NDA's lead, the Sensex erased all gains on Thursday afternoon. The Sensex ended 298 points down at 38,811.
Post elections outcome, focus will now shift to growth, Morgan Stanley said. It expects RBI to be more accommodative and said earnings could be heading into a new cycle.
At 10:35 am, the BSE benchmark Sensex was up 898 points, or 2.3%, to 40,008. The Nifty 50 surged 270 points, or 2.3%, to hit 12,008.
At 10:44 am, Sensex was trading 964 points higher at 40,074 level. Nifty rose 2.52% or 296 points to 12,034 points. The record run has been fuelled by exit polls predicting Modi government to return at the Centre.
Share Market Update: At closing hour, Indian equity market lost all gains with benchmark indices falling around 1 per cent each to bearish territory. While Sensex ended down by 354 points or 0.91 per cent at 38,756.08, Nifty was down by 106 points or 0.91 per cent down at 11,631.
After the Sensex and Nifty posted their best day in 10 years on May 20th following Narendra Modi's exit poll wins, experts say that the benchmark indices could move to new highs, in case the predictions turn out to be true.
Sensex was higher at 39,127.31. In a similar movement, the broader NSE Nifty rose 30.90 points, or 0.26% to 11,740
The Sensex and Nifty failed to hold on to gains on Tuesday afternoon, after scaling to new records earlier in the day. The Sensex ended the session 382.87 points lower at 38,969.80.
Share market highlights: After soaring to a fresh record high on Tuesday morning following Narendra Modi's exit poll win, the Sensex and Nifty ended the session in deep red. The Sensex closed 382 points down at 38,969.80.
In Tuesday's trade, after whopping gains for the benchmark indices on Monday with best one-day gains for the Sensex in a decade, the indices hit new highs today, with Sensex recording a new peak of 39,512.59 and Nifty making a high
Adani Group stocks jumped, with Adani Enterprises surging 27.4%. Reliance Power surged 17.8%, Time Technoplast was up 16.8%, Jamna Auto Industries was up 16.3% and GE T&D India was up 15.7%.
Sensex was trading 1230.98 points or at 39,161.75 or 3.25% up at 39,161.75
The BSE PSU Banking index was up 4.5%, followed by BSE Capital Goods index (up 4.4%) and BSE Infrastructure index (up 4.3%).
The hopes of a stable government led by PM Narendra Modi after Lok Sabha election led the Sensex and Nifty to rally 10% from their February lows to their all-time highs of 39,487 and 11,856 on April 18, respectively.
Experts said markets overcame global jitters due to US-China trade war and turned their focus on the Lok Sabha election 2019.
Share market highlights: The Sensex and Nifty ended lower on Wednesday, tracking mixed global cues. The Sensex closed 203 points down to 37,114.88, while the Nifty ended below the 11,200-mark.
This was the third-worst losing streak for the index in nine consecutive trading sessions ever. However, this wasn't the worst fall in terms of losses for the Sensex ever.