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Jul 05 2014, 14:21 IST
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Strong foreign capital inflows into equity market along with upbeat US data and easing oil prices boosted the market sentiment. AP Strong foreign capital inflows into equity market along with upbeat US data and easing oil prices boosted the market sentiment. AP
SummaryBSE Sensex opened higher at 25,179.55 and moved up further to an all-time high of 25,999.08.

only two of them declined in the week.

Major gainers from the Sensex pack were Tata Motors (8.37 per cent), Maruti Suzuki (7.88 per cent), Hidnalco Ind (7.51 per cent), BHEL (7.33 per cent), Sun Pharma (7.25 per cent), M&M (6.52 per cent), ICICI Bank (5.61 per cent), SSLT (5.50 per cent), Dr Reddy's Lab (5.04 per cent), HDFC Bank (5.02 per cent), Larsen (4.56 per cent), ITC (4.21 per cent), HDFC (3.40 per cent), Tata Power (3.28 per cent), Coal India (3.11 per cent), RIL (2.47 per cent), Cipla (2.42 per cent), ONGC (2.64 per cent) and SBI (2.36 per cent).

Among the S&P BSE sectoral indices, Auto rose by 5.91 per cent followed by Power 5.18 per cent, HC 5.18 per cent, CG 4.89 per cent, Metal 3.88 per cent, PSU 3.77 per cent and Bankex 3.74 per cent.

Small-cap and Mid-cap indices also rose by 4.85 per cent and 3.70 per cent, respectively.

Total market turnover on the BSE and the NSE rose to Rs 16,906.51 crore and Rs 89,279.00 crore respectively from the last weekend's level of Rs 16,443.20 crore and Rs 84,601.92 crore.

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