The BSE Sensex on Wednesday registered a massive gain of 727.71 pts to close at 66,901.91 on the strength of Bankex, Auto, IT and Financial Services stocks amid strong global cues.
The BSE Sensex on Tuesday rallied 204.16 pts to close at 66,174.20 on the strength of Power, Oil and Gas, Utilities and Energy stocks.
The BSE Sensex on Friday lost 47.77 points to settle at 65,970.04, as selling was seen in technology, IT, oil & gas, and FMCG stocks.
The BSE Sensex on Wednesday gained further by 92.47 pts to close high at 66,023.24 as renewed buying was seen in Power, Consumer Durable, Auto and Health Care stocks.
The BSE Sensex on Tuesday surged 275.62 pts to close high at 65,930.77 on the strength of Realty, Auto and Consumer Durable stocks.
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 BSE Sensex on Wednesday registered huge gains of 742.06 pts to close high at 65,675.93 on strong global cues.
The BSE Sensex on Wednesday bounced back 598 points at 65,532.45 in the opening session as buying was seen across the board amid a positive Asian market.
The BSE Sensex on Monday dropped 325.58 pts to settle at 64,933.87 as selling was seen in IT, Consumer Durable and Technology stocks amid mixed trend in Asian Market.
The BSE Sensex on Monday slipped 244.81 points to 64,994.77 in the opening session on profit booking by local operators.
The equity market maintained its gaining streak intact on the Muhurat Trading on Sunday as the BSE Sensex rallied 354.77 pts at 65,259.45, the beginning of Samvat 2080.
The Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) and National Stock Exchange (NSE) will conduct a special one-hour trading session, as the ‘Muhurat’ Trading session, on Sunday, the beginning of Samvat 2080.
Mumbai/UNI: The BSE Sensex on Friday lost another 214.49 pts at 64,617.71 as selling was seen across the board.
Snapping a winning streak of last three sessions, the BSE Sensex declined 16.29 pts to close at 64,942.40 on profit booking by local operators.
The BSE Sensex continued to rise on Tuesday too, as it advanced by 63 points to open at 65,021.29 in the opening session as buying was seen in Utilities, Health Care, and Commodities stocks.