Intense buying boosts Street, with Sensex ending over 440 points higher, while the Nifty gains nearly 150 points. Bank Nifty and midcaps gain on expiry day, pushing the indices higher.
The Sensex was up 448.39 points at 30750.03, while the Nifty ended 140.95 points higher at 9501.50.
Volatile session for D-street today as reports surface of Pakistan’s fighter jets flying near Siachen area. Midcaps continue corrective phase, dragging the indices lower.
Tata Group stocks, Tata Motors and Tata Motors DVR gained the most, while BHEL, Bank of Baroda, L&T and Bharti Infratel lost the most.
Sensex extends losses in the final minutes of the trading session, following cross border tension reports. The Nifty settled below 9400.
Sun Pharma and Cipla were the top losers on both indices, while Maruti Suzuki, Mahindra and Mahindra, Eicher Motors and Hindalco gained the most.
Selling pressure witnessed on the Street after a gap up opening as bears continued to fight it out with the bulls on Monday. FMCG stocks led the pack of gainers, while PSU banks and midcaps bled.
The Sensex ended up 106.05 points at 30570.97, while the Nifty closed up 10.35 points at 9438.25.
Indices fall after surging over a percent during the morning session, with the Sensex also clocking a record high figure. The Street then erased majority of their gains to end flat.
The market breadth was still negative as 848 shares advanced against a decline of 1,771 shares, while 153 shares were unchanged.
Midcaps correct after a run up in the recent past, which led the fall, while pharma, metals, among others followed suit. IT stocks gained on positive sentiment post Trump’s crisis and weak rupee.
The 30-share Sensex was down 223.98 points at 30434.79, while the Nifty closed lower by 96.30 points at 9429.45
Street extends rally from the previous session, amid subdued global cues. Tata Steel gains the most due to stellar earnings.
The Sensex closed up 76.17 points at 30658.77, while the Nifty ended up 13.50 points at 9525.75.
FII's renewed buying interest also helped the market. Foreign institutional investors bought nearly Rs 4,000 crore worth of shares in last four consecutive sessions (till Monday), though DIIs booked some profits.
The Sensex ended up 260.48 points at 30582.60, while the Nifty closed higher by 66.85 points at 9512.25
Investors cheered better macro data that raised hopes for rate cut. Even likely early start to the monsoon also lifted sentiment.
Metals index gains over 2 percent, followed by pharma at 1.3 percent. Sensex ends 133.97 points higher at 30322, while the Nifty ended at 9445.85
Experts expect consolidation to continue for couple of sessions before getting direction on either side. They expect the Nifty to hit 9,500 level by May-end.
Asian Paints remained top loser, down 3 percent followed by HDFC, ITC, Reliance Industries, ICICI Bank, Axis Bank and HDFC Bank.
However, indices still close at fresh closing high after hitting fresh intraday high points. Investors continued to book profits in Bharti Airtel as the stock lost 2%
The Sensex closed up 314.92 points at 30248.17, while the Nifty ended higher by 90.45 points at 9407.30.
The Sensex closed up 7.10 points at 29933.25, while the Nifty ended up 2.80 points at 9316.85
The Sensex was up 67.35 points at 29926.15, while the Nifty was up 25.40 points at 9310.70
The broader markets also corrected in line with benchmarks as the BSE Midcap index lost 1 percent and Smallcap down 0.8 percent on weak breadth.