Sensex resisted the highly volatile week and managed to end with moderate gain by 76.57 points to close at 34,924.87, while Nifty closed marginally up by 8.75 points to conclude at 10,605.15.
The BSE Sensex rebounded over 318 points today on robust buying in IT, banking, metal and pharma stocks amid mixed global cues.
Sensex plummeted more than 306 points while the broader Nifty finished below the 10,500-mark as stubborn fuel prices and renewed geopolitical concerns sparked a safe-haven flight among investors.
Benchmark Sensex tumbled 306 points to end at an over one-month low of 34,344.91 today on widespread selling, led by energy and metal stocks.
Reversing a five-session slide, benchmark Sensex rose over 35 points to end at 34,651.24 in see-saw trade today as participants accumulated recently beaten down auto, metal, banking and realty stocks.
Benchmark Sensex plunged over 232 points to end at 34,616.13, while the broader NSE Nifty lost almost 80 points to close at 10,516.70.
Benchmark Sensex plunged over 232 points to end at 34,616.13 today, extending its fall to the fifth straight session over political and macroeconomic concerns.
Persistently high oil, along with the rupee's movement and the ongoing quarterly results season are expected to drive the trajectory of Indian equity in the coming week.
The benchmark Sensex slumped 300 points to end at 34,848.30 today on across-the-board selling amid political uncertainty in Karnataka and negative global cues.
Benchmarks stayed on the back foot for the second straight session today as post-poll uncertainty in Karnataka and flaring up of tensions on the Korean peninsula sapped investor optimism.
Bags EPC packages of Purvanchal Expressway in Uttar pradesh of Rs 1738 Cr
Approved buyback of 29 Lk shares amounting Rs 200.2 Cr
Tamil Nadu Pollution Control Board ordered disconnection of electricity
Disconnection is applicable for copper smelter unit-I at Thoothukudi district
Order requires closure of unit with immediate effect
Thoothukudi copper smelter unit has not been operating since Mar 27
Launched Silver Options, Total Traded Contract Value at Rs 34.36 Cr
Option Positions are physically settled & are European Style Options
Enters into merger talks with NSE For Universal Exchange Framework: Business Standard Reports
R Damani sells 0.8% Stake at Rs 1360.2/Sh
Deal Value at Rs 643 Cr