in a negative bend in the absence of active participation from both domestic and FIIs and also due to no important data releases schedule during the week.
"We feel Sensex is going to trade in the range of 19,850 to 20,980 levels in the following week with a slight negative bias. Similarly Nifty too will trade in range of 5,950 to 6,130 levels in the coming week," he added.
Nineteen out of 30-share Sensex pack ended lower while others finished higher. Major losers were Cipla 10.49 per cent, Hindalco 5.97 per cent, Bajaj Auto 4.92 per cent, Bhel 4.60 per cent, Hero Motocorp 3.52 per cent, Tata Steel 3.48 per cent, SBI 3.38 per cent, Coal India 3.30 per cent, Bharti Airtel 3.26 per cent, HUL 3.05 per cent, NTPC 2.79 per cent, Axis Bank 2.05 per cent, Dr Reddy's Lab 1.88 per cent, Tata Power 1.53 per cent, HDFC 1.51 per cent, Maruti Suzuki 1.32 per cent and ITC 1.11 per cent.
However, Tata Motors rose by 7.55 per cent, followed by ICICI Bank 2.77 per cent, ONGC 2.43 per cent, Infosys 2.21 per cent, Sun Pharma 1.27 per cent, Gail India 1.17 per cent, L&T 1.14 per cent and TCS 1.07 per cent.
Among the S&P BSE sectrol indices, power dropped by 2.79 per cent, Metal 2.58 per cent, FMCG 1.91 per cent and HC 1.78 per cent, while CD rose by 2.15 per cent, IT 2.12 per cent, Auto 1.50 per cent and Teck 1.12 per cent.
Total turnover and BSE and NSE fell to Rs 8,654.30 crore and Rs 47,461.93 crore, respectively from Rs 9,303.90 crore and Rs 53,739.73 crore last week.