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NAVs end with negative returns

Equity diversified NAVs ended lower with advance:decline ratio of 14:225 as the Indian equity benchmarks closed Friday's trade on a negative note amid volatility seen in the second half of trade.

June 05, 2011 / 04:25 PM IST

Equity diversified NAVs ended lower with advance:decline ratio of 14:225 as the Indian equity benchmarks closed Friday's trade on a negative note amid volatility seen in the second half of trade.


 


The 30-share BSE Sensex shed more than 250 points from day's high of 18,672.65; it fell 117.7 points, to close at 18,376.48. The 50-share NSE Nifty had touched the 5,600 mark - nearly at three-week high - but could not hold that level due to profit booking in heavyweights. It declined 33.60 points, to settle at 5,516.75.


 


Sector funds ended with negative returns. However Long and short term debt funds ended higher; their advance:decline ratio stood at 73:2 & 125:0, respectively.



  • Equity diversified NAVs end lower
  • Sector funds ended with negative returns
  • Long and short term debt funds close higher

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