A benchmark index for Indian equities markets was trading lower by 137 points or more than half a percent in the Friday afternoon session after profit booking led to selling pressure in auto, metals and bank stocks.
A benchmark index for Indian equities markets closed 22 points lower Thursday on profit booking. Automobile, capital goods and consumer durables stocks came under selling pressure.
A benchmark index for Indian equities markets moved 111 points up in Wednesday's trade a day after the Lok Sabha approving the Banking Laws (Amendment) Bill and the Reserve Bank's statement that it may consider cutting key rates next month. Auto, metal and healthcare stocks were among those that rallied.
A benchmark index for Indian equities markets closed more than half a percent up Tuesday as the Lok Sbaha took up the banking amendment bill and the Reserve Bank said it may consider cutting key rates next month.
A benchmark index of Indian equities markets Thursday closed 56.15 points down, ending six days of gains. Capital goods, healthcare, bank and oil and gas stocks declined.
A benchmark index of Indian equities markets Thursday closed 56 points higher as automobiles, consumer durables and metals stocks gained.
The 30-scrip sensitive index (Sensex) of the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE), which opened at 18,653.60 points, closed at 18,782.99 points (provisional), up 0.93 percent or 172.22 points from its previous day's close at 18,610.77 points.
It was a lacklustre session for the market on Wednesday despite positive global cues. The BSE Sensex gained more than 100 points in early trade following strong US earnings that lifted US markets 1% yesterday. As the day progressed the market erased those gains and saw a consolidation for rest of the session
A benchmark index of Indian equities markets was trading 127 points lower in afternoon trade Wednesday. Realty, power and capital goods stocks were the worst performers.
Wiping out early gains, a benchmark index of Indian equities markets closed 53 points lower Thursday. Oil and gas and IT stocks bore the brunt of selling.