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Sectorally, the S&P BSE Energy index plunged 9.7 percent, followed by the S&P BSE Metal index that fell 7.6 percent, S&P BSE IT index was down 5.4 percent, and the S&P BSE Oil & Gas index plunged 5.2 percent.
The sectoral front portrayed a mixed picture on March 5. With a loss of 1.67 %, the BSE Energy emerged as the top loser among the sectoral indices. This was followed by BSE Realty, Metal and Oil & Gas indices that lost 1.10 percent, 0.89 percent and 0.68 percent, respectively.
Selling pressure was seen in BSE Energy index that fell 1.6 percent, followed by the S&P BSE Oil & Gas index (down 1.1 percent), and the S&P BSE Healthcare index (down 1.1 percent).
Sectorally, the action was seen in the S&P BSE Energy index which rose 2.3 percent, followed by the S&P BSE Healthcare index (up 2.1 percent), and the S&P BSE Oil & Gas index (up 1.6 percent).
Stocks & Sectors: On the sectoral front, BSE Energy emerged as the top loser, falling 2.67 percent. It was followed by BSE Bankex (down 1.65 percent), Oil & Gas (down 1.30 percent) and Finance (down 1.26 percent).
In terms of stocks that are on the losing front – the S&P BSE telecom index was down 1.7 percent, followed by the S&P BSE Energy index which fell 1.4 percent, and the Capital Goods index fell 1.1 percent.
The S&P BSE Healthcare index was down 0.42 percent, followed by the S&P BSE Auto index which was down 0.37 percent, and the S&P BSE Energy index fell 0.24 percent.
Energy stocks surge Energy stocks joined the party, as 16 of 24 BSE Energy index components ended with gains. Shares of Panama Petrochemicals surged 13.6 per cent, followed by Hindustan Petroleum (up 6.8 per cent), Coal India (up 5.3 per cent) and MRPL (up 4.2 per cent).
4 Sectors have advanced (Top Gainer: BSE Energy +2.18%) while 21 Sectors have declined (Top Loser: BSE Cap Goods -1.61%) To know more: #marketupdate #marktesmojo
6 Sectors have advanced (Top Gainer: BSE Metal +1.81%) while 19 Sectors have declined (Top Loser: BSE Energy -0.73%) To know more: #marketupdate #marketsmojo
5 Sectors have advanced (Top Gainer: BSE Energy +8.14%) while 20 Sectors have declined (Top Loser: BSE Telecom -4.61%) #marketsmojo #marketupdate
23 Sectors have declined (Top loser: BSE Energy -3.19%) while only 2 Sectors have advanced (Top Gainer: BSE IT +0.62%) #marketsmojo #marketupdate
Seventeen of 19 sector gauges compiled by BSE ended higher led by the S&P BSE Energy Index's 2% gain #MarketSnippets
BSE Energy index under pressure in today’s trade; Reliance Industries, ONGC slip
With a decline of 1.38 per cent, telecom was the worst sectoral performer followed by auto that fell 1.32 per cent. 12 of 19 sectors ended in the red today. BSE Energy gained the most today at 1.25 per cent.
Power, realty, CG indices only winners BSE Energy index plunged the most at 2.01 % , followed by Telecom (down 1.42 % ) and Auto (down 1.42 % ) indices and Bankex (down 0.75 % ).
Fourteen of 19 sector gauges compiled by BSE ended lower led by the S&P BSE Energy Index's 2 per cent decline. Oil & Gas, Telecom, Auto and Banking Index on the BSE also dropped between 0.75 and 1.42 per cent each.
#MarketsThisWeek BSE METALS 🔽2.4% BSE AUTO 🔽 1.5% BSE POWER 🔽 0.5% BSE REALTY 🔽 2.2% BSE IT 🔽1.2% BSE UTILITIES 🔽 1.8% BSE FMCG 🔼 1.2% BSE ENERGY 🔼 2.3% BSE TELECOM 🔼 4.3% BSE CONSUMER DURABLES 🔼 3.2% BSE CAPITAL GOODS 🔼 1.1% BSE PO
BSE Energy, BSE Capital Goods, and BSE Metals were the among the best sectoral gainers. On the BSE Metals index, only Coal India ended the session in the red.