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Indian Market: Sensex regains 122 pts
Sensex
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Indian Market: Sensex regains 122 pts

| @indiablooms | 19 Dec 2023, 04:20 pm

The BSE Sensex on Tuesday bounced back 122.10 pts to close high at 71,437.19 on the strength of Energy, Utilities, FMCG and Consumer Durable stocks.

The National Stock Exchange (NSE) rose 34.45 pts at 21,459.10.

The NSE posted days high and low at 21,505.05 and 21,337.75 pts respectively.

Despite high volatility, the Sensex ended in green, as it moved up 164 pts at 71,479.28 in opening session. It was surged 308 pts at 71,623.71, days high before closing at 71,437.19, up 122.10 pts from its previous close.

Meanwhile, it was dropped nearly 244 pts at 71,337.75, days low.

The stocks that lifted the market were Energy, Utilities, FMCG and Consumer Durable stocks.

Energy gained by 1.49 pc, FMCG by 1.24 pc, Utilities by 0.75 pc, Consumer Durable by 0.43 pc.

The Mid Cap fell by 0.31 pc and Small Cap rose by 0.10 pc.

In 30 scrips, 15 advanced while 15 declined.

The gainers were Nestle India Ltd by 4.66 pc to Rs 25,490, NTPC by 1.93 pc to Rs 309.10, Reliance Industries by 1.43 pc to Rs 2556.05, ITC by 1.07 pc to Rs 456.50 and SBI by 1.02 pc to Rs 655.50.

The losers were Wipro by 1.63 pc to Rs 437.70, TCS by 1.36 pc to Rs 3805.60, HCL Technology by 1.18 pc to Rs 1486.60 and Tata Steel by 0.81 pc to Rs 135.50.

(With UNI inputs)

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