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BSE Large-cap Index added 2 percent supported by Adani Enterprises, Vedanta, FSN E-Commerce Ventures Nykaa, Bajaj Finserv, Adani Total Gas, Ambuja Cements, UltraTech Cement and Hindalco Industries.
BSE Large-cap Index shed 1 percent dragged by Hindustan Petroleum Corporation, PB Fintech, Berger Paints India, Lupin, Tata Consultancy Services and Infosys. However, gainers were Punjab National Bank, Bank Of Baroda, NMDC, Coal India and Star Health & Allied Insurance Company.
BSE Large-cap Index declined 3.3 percent dragged by HCL Technologies, Bajaj Finserv, Larsen & Toubro Infotech, Divis Laboratories and Ambuja Cements. On the other hand, Adani Green Energy, Hero MotoCorp, Power Grid Corporation and Adani Transmission were among major gainers.
BSE Large-cap Index gained 1.2 percent supported by the Interglobe Aviation, IndusInd Bank, Indus Towers and Kotak Mahindra Bank, while Bharat Petroleum Corporation, Tata Steel, Ambuja Cements, Lupin and Hindustan Unilever were the major losers.
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BSE Largecap index down 0.47 percent. Losers included Dr Reddy’s Laboratories, Lupin, Axis Bank and Hindustan Petroleum Corporation. Gainers included Hindalco Industries, Vedanta, Tata Steel and Sun Pharmaceutical Industries
Last week, BSE Largecap index fell 0.4 percent. Losers included Indus Towers, Tata Motors - DVR, HDFC Asset Management Company and General Insurance Corporation of India which fell 6-8 percent.
BSE Largecap Index rose nearly 1 percent supported by the Piramal Enterprises, Power Grid Corporation, Tata Motors DVR, Coal India and NTPC. Losers included Petronet LNG, NMDC and Havells India.
BSE largecap Index fell 2 percent. Coal India, Petronet LNG, Hero MotoCorp, ICICI Prudential, Larsen & Toubro, DLF, Punjab National Bank, Hindustan Zinc, HDFC Asset Management Company were down 6-9 percent.
BSE Largecap index rose 1.6 percent. Motherson Sumi Systems, Piramal Enterprises, Hindalco Industries, Adani Ports gained 8-26 percent, while ITC, Indian Oil Corporation, Eicher Motors, Bank Of Baroda and Coal India ended lower.
BSE largecap index was down 0.5 percent with Bandhan Bank, Piramal Enterprises, ONGC and Tata Steel lost between 8-14 percent. Bajaj Auto, Havells India, Tata Motors- DVR, Tata Motors and SBI Cards added 8-14 percent.
The BSE Largecap Index jumped 2 percent led by Vedanta, Punjab National Bank, Bank Of Baroda, Avenue Supermarts. However, Shree Cements, SBI Cards, Hindalco Industries and Tata Motors - DVR were among major losers.
BSE Largecap Index added 3.7 percent supported by the Eicher Motors, Bajaj Finance, Bajaj Finserv, Tata Steel and Interglobe Aviation, while SBI Cards, Cipla, Marico and HCL Technologies were among major losers.
BSE Large-cap Index declined 4 percent. IndusInd Bank, Tata Motors, Bharti Airtel, Bandhan Bank, Tata Steel, Punjab National Bank, Motherson Sumi Systems and Tata Motors - DVR fell 10-16 percent, while Vedanta, HCL Technologies and Infosys were the only gainers among largecap.
BSE Large-cap Index added nearly 6 percent last week, supported by the Motherson Sumi Systems, Eicher Motors, Vodafone Idea, IndusInd Bank and Larsen & Toubro, while Bharti Airtel, Avenue Supermarts, Lupin, Ashok Leyland and Tata Consultancy Services remained on the losing side.
BSE Large-cap Index was down 1 percent last week, dragged by the Nestle India, Dr Reddy’s Laboratories, HDFC Life, GAIL India, RIL, IndusInd Bank and Tech Mahindra. However, gainers Vedanta, Vodafone Idea, Bharti Infratel, Hero MotoCorp, REC, Bajaj Auto and Hindustan Zinc.
The BSE Large-cap Index gained 12.6 percent last week supported by M&M, Maruti Suzuki, Cipla, Axis Bank and Cadila Healthcare.
All the securities under BSE large-cap index ended lower as the index shed 7.4 percent in last week. However, the BSE small-cap index and the mid-cap index fell 7 percent each in the past week.