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On the BSE - Metal, Realty, and Capital Goods indices gained 2-3 percent while Power and Information Technology indices rallied 1 percent each. Broader indices outperformed the main indices with BSE midcap and smallcap indices rising 1 percent each.
On the BSE, auto, capital goods, bank, metal, information technology, power and realty were up 2-3 percent. The BSE midcap index added 2.4 percent and the smallcap index rose 1.5 percent.
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BSE Midcap index shed 1.2 percent and Smallcap index fell 0.54 percent.
On BSE, all the sectoral indices ended in the green with Auto, Power, Capital Goods, Bank, Realty and Metal up 1-2 percent. However, Healthcare and Information Technology indices gained 0.5 percent each. BSE Midcap and Smallcap indices added 1 percent each.
On the BSE, Power, Bank, and Metal indices fell 1-2 percent and FMCG, Oil & Gas and Realty indices shed 0.5 percent each, while the pharma index rose 0.46 percent. Broader indices - BSE Midcap and Smallcap indices are down 0.4 percent each.
On the BSE - healthcare, oil and gas, FMCG and IT added 0.5-1 percent, while capital goods, bank, metal and power indices fell 0.5 percent each. BSE midcap index ended on a flat note, while smallcap index gained 0.5 percent.
Broader indices underperformed the main indices with the BSE Midcap index falling 2.84 percent and Smallcap indices declining 3.33 percent.
On the BSE, capital goods, power, realty, bank, auto, metal and oil & gas were down 1-3 percent each. The broader indices BSE midcap and smallcap shed 2 percent each.
On the BSE, the FMCG index added 1.3 percent and the auto index rose 0.7 percent, while bank, healthcare, metal, oil & gas and realty indices ended in the red. Broader indices outperformed the benchmarks, with the BSE midcap and smallcap indices adding 0.3-0.5 percent.
On the BSE, FMCG index added 1 percent, while capital goods, oil & gas, realty and power indices shed 1-2 percent each. Broader indices - BSE midcap and smallcap indices fell 0.6 percent each.
The broader indices ended on a mixed note with both BSE Midcap and Smallcap losing some ground today. BSE Midcap was down 16 bps and BSE Smallcap lose 17 bps.
The broader indices could not escape the mayhem and underperformed the benchmarks. The BSE Midcap ended lower by 2.85 percent and BSE Smallcap lost 2.38 percent during the day.
Mixed trends were seen in broader indices with BSE Midcap and Smallcap outperforming the Nifty. The BSE Midcap gained 0.3 percent while Smallcap added 0.06 percent to it.
The broader indices too displayed strength and moved higher with BSE Midcap closing with a gain of 0.32 percent and BSE Smallcap gained 0.24 percent.
The BSE telecom index was the top loser, declining 0.7 percent. BSE utilities lost 0.6 percent, while BSE power and realty were down 0.5 percent each. The broader indices, too, ended higher. The BSE midcap gained 0.16 percent and the smallcap 0.18 percent.
The broader indices traced the trends in the benchmarks and closed in the green with BSE Midcap rising 0.3 percent while the BSE Smallcap ended the day with gains of 0.6 percent.
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Bank stocks also attracted buying, with the Nifty Bank hitting a multi-month high and closing in on the 40,000 mark. Almost all sectoral and market-cap based indices ended the day in green. The BSE midcap index was up half a percent, while the smallcap gained 1 percent.