Mumbai: 29 June :- On the last trading day of the week, Rooney returned to the country’s stock market and the Sensex and the Nifty came out with a steady decline. There is a mood of recovery in the market. The Sensex was trading at 9.30 in the morning at 165 points, while it was trading at 35,203, while the Nifty was trading 57 points higher at 10,646. In the Nifty, shares of Tata Steel, BPCL, SBI, Hindustan Petroleum, HCL Tech are witnessing bounce while Dr Reddy, NTPC, Asian Paints, Axis Bank, Tech Mahindra are trading down.
Let us know that the country’s stock markets were down on Thursday. The broader index of the Sensex fell 179.47 points, to close at 35,037.64 and the Nifty decreased 82.30 points to close at 10,589.10.
The 30-share index, based on the 30-share Sensex, fell by 9.92 points to close at 35,207.19 points and closed 179.47 points or 0.51 percent down at 35,037.64. In the day-to-day trade, the Sensex touched a high of 35,282.40 and the lowest level of 34,937.15.
Of the 30 Sensex stocks, there is a rally in 10 stocks. NTPC (1.79 per cent), Mahindra & Mahindra (1.78 per cent), Bharti Airtel (1.64 per cent), Kotak Bank (1.01 per cent) and Infosys (1.01 per cent) are the fastest ones.
Among the top Sensex stocks, ICICI Bank (2.78 per cent), Tata Motors (2.69 per cent), Coal India (2.23 per cent), Reliance (2.13 per cent) and SBIIN (1.83 per cent).
The BSE Midcap and Smallcap indices also declined. The midcap index slipped by 250.14 points to 15,175.81 and the smallcap index slipped 239.82 points to 15,730.39.
On the National Stock Exchange (NSE), the Sensex-based Nifty closed at 10,660.80, down 10.6 points in early morning and closed 82.30 points or 0.77 percent down at 10,589.10. The Nifty touched the all-time high of 10,674.20 and low level of 10,557.70 in the daytime trade.
Only two sectors of BSE-Telecommunication (0.19 per cent) and Metal (0.18) were fast emerging.
Oil and gas (2.57 per cent), consumer durable goods (2.40 per cent), energy (2.22 per cent), realty (2.07 per cent) and industry (1.23 per cent) were among prominent sectors in BSE’s decline.
The trend of business in BSE is negative. A total of 798 stocks were up, and 1,821 declined, while there was no change in the price of 144 shares.