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#BSWebExclusive | The BSE telecom index has touched a new all-time high on Thursday, suggesting positive sentiment over the next few sessions @avdhutbagkar reports #TelecomStocks #TelecomSector #TelecomReliefPackage #MarketsWithBS
Telecom Stocks - The telecom stocks are likely to be on the investor's radar as the telecom department may approve proposals worth Rs 3,245 crore w.r.t telecom equipment PLI coming week. The BSE Telecom index has ended in green on Monday and is up by 0.71 per cent.
BSE Telecom trades near record highs, index tops 1%; Tejas Networks, RCom hit 5% upper circuit; Airtel, Vodafone Idea rally #BSE #stockmarkets #stockstowatch #stocks #tejasnetworks #RCOM #VodafoneIdea #bhartiairtel
Despite the squeeze of 0.51 per cent in the BSE Telecom index, the stocks of Vindhya Telelinks, Tejas Networks, Optiemus Infracom and GTL Infrastructure recorded impressive returns on Wednesday. Watch out for these stocks on Thursday.
Telecom Stocks - The telecom stocks have caught investor's attention on Wednesday. The BSE Telecom index has faced selling pressure amid the Cabinet refusing proposal for telecom relief measures.
Vodafone Idea - Rallying for 6 consecutive days, the stock has gained 14.68 per cent in Tuesday's trading session. It has outperformed the top-performing BSE Telecom index which gained 3.08 per cent on Tuesday.
On the flip side, BSE Telecom (down 0.52 percent), finance (down 0.24 percent), FMCG (down 0.22 percent) and Bankex (down 0.16 percent) ended in the red.
BSE telecom, IT, energy, capital goods and teck indices closed over a percent higher each. More than 200 stocks, including Bharti Airtel, HCL Tech, Infosys, Larsen & Toubro and TCS, hit their fresh 52-week highs on BSE in intraday trade.
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.
BSE IT index closed 1.70 percent higher. On the flip side, BSE telecom fell over a percent, so did finance, oil & gas and realty.
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Sectorally, the S&P BSE Telecom index was up 4.7 percent followed by the S&P BSE Consumer Durables index that gained 2.7 percent and the S&P BSE Power index closed with gains of 1.8 percent.