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Sensex at new peak at 74119.39 pts
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Sensex at new peak at 74119.39 pts

| @indiablooms | 07 Mar 2024, 07:38 pm

Mumbai: The BSE Sensex on Thursday gained 33.40 pts to close at a new high of 74119.39 as buying was seen in Metal, Capital Goods and Commodities stocks.

The National Stock Exchange (NSE) rose 19.50 pts at 22,493.55.

The seesaw trend was witnessed throughout the day, as it opened at 74242.74 rising 157 pts. During the day it was reached at 74245.57, up 160 pts, before closing at 74119.39, advancing 33.40 pts from it previous close.

It slipped 164 pts at 73921.48, the day's low.

The stocks that remained positive were Metal by 1.36 pc, Capital Goods by 1.05 pc and Commodities by 1 pc.

The NSE registered day's high and low at 22,525.65 and 22,430 pts respectively.

In 30 scrips, 20 advanced, while 10 declined.

The gainers were Tata Steel by 3.90 pc to Rs 157.25, Tata Motors by 2.14 pc to Rs 1039.35, JSW Steel by 2.09 pc to Rs 829.75, Bajaj Finserv by 2 pc to Rs 1582.60 Bajaj Finance by 1.71 pc to Rs 6419.30.

The losers were M& M by 3.68 pc to Rs 1896.25, Reliance Industries by 1.59 pc to Rs 2958.10, Axis bank by 1.23 pc to Rs 1111.90 and ICICI bank by 0.82 pc to Rs 1087.85.

(With UNI inputs)

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