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Sectors and stocks Among the sectors, BSE auto rose 3.19 percent, while capital goods, consumer durables, power, industrials, consumer discretionary rose more than 2 percent each. BSE telecom fell 1.66 percent and FMCG index closed 0.37 percent lower.
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Sectorally, the BSE Realty Index added 2 percent, while metal and Oil & Gas sectors up 1 percent each. The BSE Auto index fell 1 percent, Bank Index down 0.9 percent and FMCG index was down 0.7 percent.
Sectorally, the BSE Capital Goods Index shed more than 2 percent and FMCG index fell 1 percent. The BSE Auto index slipped 1 percent, while pharma index was down 0.7 percent. A volume spike of more than 100 percent was seen in Coforge, L&T and Cholamandalam Financial Holdings.
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Selling pressure was seen in the S&P BSE auto index that was down 2.5 percent, followed by the Bankex that slipped 2.1 percent and the finance index dropped 1.8 percent.
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Realty index that fell 2.05 percent followed by the S&P BSE Auto index that was down 1.9 percent and the S&P BSE IT index fell 1.94 percent. Volume spike of more than 100% was seen in stocks like JSW Steel, NMDC, Canara Bank, Vedanta, SAIL, and Idea.