NSE Nifty snapped its 5-day winning rally to close marginally down by 4.30 points today due to late profit booking in media, PSU banks, realty, FMCG, parma and metal counters despite higher global cues.
The Nifty 50 index rallied by 74.90 points to close at 11,023.20 today on buying in energy, banking, finance service and infra sectors.
The Nifty 50 index ended flat at 10,948.30 today as fresh US tariff threats on Chinese goods dragged metal, banking, auto, infra and pharma sectors lower, offsetting gains in IT, energy and FMCG counters.
Rising for the third session, the Nifty 50 index climbed 94.35 points to end at an over five-month high of 10,947.25 today on broad-based buying led by energy, realty, metal, banking and auto sectors.
The NSE Nifty rose 22.90 points to end at 10,772.65 today on bouts of buying in realty, auto, energy and infra sectors amid a rebound in global equity markets.
The Nifty-50 index advanced by 70 points to 10769.90 led by gains mainly in auto, banks and pharma stocks towards the fag-end of the session after the Centre hiked MSP for most kharif crops.
Snapping its two sessions of fall, the NSE Nifty today rose by 125 points to 10,714.30 on value buying mainly in metal, energy and infra stocks amid some recovery in the rupee and higher global cues.
NSE Nifty declined by 97.75 points to a three-week low of 10,671.40 due to losses in energy, PSU banks, media, infra, realty and metal stocks amid signs of escalating trade war between the US and other world economies.
The NSE Nifty slipped by 30.95 points on fresh bouts of selling mainly in PSU banks, metal, infra and pharma counters amid lingering concerns over the ongoing trade war between the US and China.
Shares crept higher in most major markets on Thursday as a lull in the Sino-U.S. trade tussle and talk of more stimulus in China helped calm nerves.
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