Market Update: BSE Sensex ends dull on volatile trading

by khalid on 22/09/2011 · 0 comments

Indian equities markets benchmark index Sensex closed 0.2 percent down amidst a choppy session for the day. After previous day’s rally traders took a breather in today’s trading session. The 30 stock BSE index, closed at 17,052.14 points which is 47.14 points down from its previous close of Rs 17,099.28 points.

Overall the BSE index fell by .28% in which 16 shares closed in the red. In the opening trade the market touched a high of 17,191.12 points and touched a low of 17,000.61 points during the day.

The 50 shares CNX Nifty index also ended 0.23 percent down in the choppy trade to close at 5,128.4 points. In the previous session both the indices has performed well with the BSE gaining 356 points. The Sensex midcap index closed 0.61 % higher and the small cap index closed 0.65% higher from its previous close. The breadth of the market was positive with 1,471 stocks advance to 1332 stocks declining; the share price of 161 stocks remained unchanged.

Among the top index gainers were SBI, Coal India, HDFC Bank and ICICI Bank, while the top index losers were Bajaj Auto, Hero MotoCorp, TCS, and RIL. Reliance Industries fell by 1.67% to Rs. 837.60. TCS fell by 1.37% amounting to Rs. 1043.50 after its rally of 2.1% in the previous day. The total volume of Trade was around 611 million shares

The Asian markets were also flat as traders awaited for fresh clues about the Greece debt crisis. The Japanese Nikkei index closed 0.23% up at 8,741.16 points while Hong Kong Hang Seng closed 1% down at 18,824.17 points. China’s Shanghai index closed 2.66% higher at 2,512.96 points

Bell the Bull says: 3  days of this week has already been quite eventful, lets see what’s in store next

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