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Sensex marginally up by 14 points
Sensex
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Sensex marginally up by 14 points

| @indiablooms | 20 Nov 2023, 12:13 pm

Mumbai/UNI: The BSE Sensex on Monday rose marginally by 14 points to 65,809.63 in the opening session as buying was seen in power, realty and technology stocks.

The National Stock Exchange (NSE) moved up 11.05 points to 19,742.85.

The NSE posted intraday highs and lows at 19,756.45 and 19,701.40 points respectively.

The Mid Cap gained 0.33 per cent and the Small Cap gained 0.65 pc.

The BSE registered intraday highs and lows at 65,844.01 and 65,645.52 pts, respectively.

In 30 scrips, 15 advanced while 15 declined.

The gainers were HCL Technologies by 1.41 pc to Rs 1327, Wipro by 1.07 pc to Rs 399.65,

Tech Mahindra by 0.94 pc to Rs 1215.55, TCS by 0.70 pc to Rs 3527.15, and NTPC by 0.66 pc to Rs 253.25.

The losers were M&M by 1.65 percent to Rs 1558, Bajaj Finance by 0.81 percent to Rs 7160.75, Bajaj Finserv by 0.70 percent to Rs 1604, and Hind Unilever by 0.63 percent to Rs 2513.50.

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