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May 15, 2012, 12.55 PM IST
The BSE Sensex and NSE Nifty went up over 0.5% amid volatility, led by buying interest in banks, capital goods, healthcare and metals stocks. Index heavyweight Reliance Industries too helped the recovery, rising 0.4%. However, auto stocks were under pressure.
Back home, country's largest engineering and construction firm by sales Larsen & Toubro surged 5% on account of strong growth expectations. Company sees 15-20% growth in topline and order inflows for FY13. State-owned BHEL moved up 1.2%.
India's largest lenders State Bank of India and ICICI Bank jumped 0.7% and 1%, respectively. Software services providers Infosys and Wipro gained 1.2% each.
Healthcare stocks saw buying interest - Cipla and Sun Pharma climbed 1.5-2%.
However, shares of Tata Motors, NTPC, M&M, Maruti, ONGC, Coal India and Sterlite were down 0.5-2%.
IVRCL rose nearly 2% as the company received orders worth Rs 652.6 crore from Andhra Pradesh government and Power Grid Corporation.
Orchid Chemical was the most active stock today on the BSE with 11,76,121 equity shares, which crashed over 10% due to disappointing results in Q4FY12. Yesterday it had lost 13%.
Declining shares outnumbered advancing by 1112 to 981 on the BSE.
In the second line shares, Redington, Bajaj Electricals, Amtek Auto, Welspun Corp and Indraprastha Gas gained 2.5-3% while Himadri Chemical, Pantaloon Retail (ahead of quarterly results today), S Mobility, Abbott India and IRB Infrastructure dropped 3-5.5%.
SENSEX-NIFTY-LARSEN-TOUBRO-LT:Sensex, Nifty flat; global risk aversion weighs
The BSE Sensex and NSE Nifty continued to move around previous closing values, having priced in negatives like Greece concerns, sliding rupee, and inflation. The Indian rupee opened at 54.10 to a dollar, but immediately recouped losses to trade at 53.84 to a dollar.
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