Sensex scales 30000-mark in early trade

Sensex scales 30000-mark in early trade

Midcaps gained nearly a per cent, while metals and banks gained around half per cent.

Meanwhile, the NSE Nifty regained the 9,300-mark by rising 24.05 points, or 0.26 per cent, to trade at at 9,309.35. The banking index and the midcaps also more or less replicated the benchmark indices.

In terms of the broader markets, the S&P BSE mid-cap index surged by 0.87 per cent while the small-cap index rose by 0.75 per cent.

So above 9370 maintain long-positions.

These stocks had jumped 7.9% and 4.6% in the previous session. "It later shifted into sideways range for better part of the day and slipped into decline towards the end", Deepak Jasani, Head (Retail Research), HDFC Securities, told IANS.

The pan-European STOXX 600 index fell 0.2%, led down by construction and materials stocks, having hit its highest since August 2015 on Tuesday.

In investments, provisional data with the exchanges showed that foreign institutional investors (FIIs) purchased stocks worth Rs 1,306.71 crore, while domestic institutional investors (DIIs) divested scrip worth Rs 1,037.18 crore.

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Among the sectoral indices, consumer durables rose 1.65 percent, auto 0.98 percent, metal 0.69 percent, teck 0.57 percent, healthcare 0.55 percent and IT 0.29 percent.

Major Sensex gainers on Monday were: Lupin, up 2.32 per cent at Rs 1,279.55; Bharti Airtel, up 1.91 per cent at Rs 351.25; Asian Paints, up 1.81 per cent at Rs 1,166.90; ICICI Bank, up 1.59 per cent at Rs 303.30. and ONGC, up 1.53 per cent at Rs 186.20.

However, power fell 1.22 percent, utilities 1.03 percent, oil&gas 0.93 percent, energy 0.63 percent and capital goods 0.51 percent.

Zee Entertainment Enterprises jumped 5.7% to 545.35 rupees, taking its two-day gains to almost 10%.

Among the Asian markets, Japan's Nikkei closed up 0.3% while Hong Kong's Hang Seng rose 0.44%, Korea's Kospi 1.2% and Shanghai up 0.3%. It was followed by HUL 4.60 per cent, HDFC 3.25 per cent, M&M 2.59 per cent, Reliance 2.17 per cent, Bajaj Auto 1.74 per cent, Axis Bank 1.68 per cent, Maruti 1.53 per cent, Cipla 1.49 per cent and Tata Motors 1.25 per cent.

The BSE Mid-Cap index rose 0.05 per cent, outperforming the Sensex.

The NSE index was last up 0.42 percent while the BSE index was last up 0.36 percent.

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