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Indian Market: Sensex improves 33 pts
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Indian Market: Sensex improves 33 pts

| @indiablooms | 13 Dec 2023, 06:13 pm

The BSE Sensex on Wednesday ended positive at 69,584.60, rising 33.57 pts on the strength of Utilities, Realty, Capital Goods and Industrials stocks.

The National Stock Exchange (NSE) moved up 19.95 pts at 20,926.35.

Volatility was witnessed during the session today, as the Sensex opened higher at 69,648.56, up 96 pts. It was surged 106 pts at 69,657.93, days high. In late trade, it was dropped 451 pts at 69,100.56, days low, before closing at 69,584.60, rising 33.57 pts from its previous close.

The stocks include Utilities, Realty, Capital Goods and Industrials stocks lifted the market.

The Mid Cap gained 1.06 pc and Small Cap by 0.73 pc.

In 30 scrips, 18 advanced while 12 declined.

The gainers were NTPC by 3.69 pc to Rs 293.85, Powergrid by 2.33 pc to Rs 236.85, M& M by 2.02 pc to Rs 1667.15, L&T by 1.70 pc to Rs 3400.05 and Sun Pharma by 1.24 pc to Rs 1232.75.

The losers were TCS by 2.13 pc to Rs 3593.75, Infosys by 1.84 pc to Rs 1448.90 and Axis Bank by 1.42 pc to Rs 1115.05.

(With UNIi inputs)

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