BSE Sensex extends fall amid global turmoil, down 137 points

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BSE Sensex was fairly resilient during the week despite large scale volatility in global markets. BSE Sensex was fairly resilient during the week despite large scale volatility in global markets.
SummaryHeavy selling witnessed in tech, refinery and capital goods sector stocks during th eweek.

by SEBI, including the provisional figures of February 7.

18 stocks out the 30-share Sensex pack ended higher while 12 finished lower.

Major losers were Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd (BHEL) (10.00 per cent), Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) (4.15 per cent), Infosys (3.59 per cent), HDFC (3.03 per cent), Hindalco (2.92 per cent), ICICI Bank (2.71 per cent), Wipro (2.43 per cent), ONGC (2.27 per cent) and Reliance (1.99 per cent).

However, Coal India rose by 8.87 per cent, Tata Steel (7.95 per cent), NTPC (7.59 per cent), Tata Motors (3.16 per cent), HDFC Bank (3.02 per cent), Sun Pharma (2.24 per cent), Hero MotoCorp (1.87 per cent), Maruti (1.84 per cent), Bajaj Auto (1.70 per cent), Cipla (1.57 per cent), Tata Power (1.42 per cent), HUL (1.08 per cent) and Dr Reddy's Lab (1.00 per cent).

Among the S&P BSE sectoral indices, IT dropped by 3.25 per cent, Teck (2.62 per cent), Oil&Gas (1.48 per cent) and Capital Goods (0.80 per cent) while Health Care rose by 2.25 per cent, Auto (1.92 per cent), Metal (1.54 per cent) and Power (1.51 per cent).

Total turnover on the BSE and NSE fell to Rs 9,303.90 crore and Rs 53,739.73 crore, respectively from Rs 10,756.26 crore and Rs 60,496.76 crore last week.

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