BSE Sensex scales to 5-week high as exit polls, GDP data fuel rally

Dec 07 2013, 15:11 IST
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Sensex resumed lower at 20,771.27, but recovered immediately to cross 21,000 after one-month and touch 21,165.60 before ending the week at 20,996.53. Sensex resumed lower at 20,771.27, but recovered immediately to cross 21,000 after one-month and touch 21,165.60 before ending the week at 20,996.53.
SummarySensex surged another 205 points to end at 20,996.53, a level not seen in nearly five weeks.

color="#0260a8">GAIL (2.43 pct), Hero MotoCorp (2.35 pct), SBI (2.21 pct), Sun Pharmaceuticals Industries (1.74 pct), Reliance Industries (RIL) (1.66 pct), Bharti Airtel (1.51 pct), Maruti Suzuki India (1.23 pct) and NTPC (1.12 pct).

Among the key losers, Hindustan Unilever (HUL) dropped by 5.65 pct, ITC 2.66 pct, Dr Reddys Laboratories 2.53 pct, Tata Motors 1.91 pct, Hindalco Industries Ltd 1.71 pct, Oil & Natural Gas Corp (ONGC) 1.31 pct, Housing Development Finance Corporation Ltd (HDFC) 1.29 pct and Bajaj Auto dropped 1.04 pct.

Among the other S&P BSE indices, Bankex rose by 4.98 pct, Capital Goods 4.71 pct, Power 4.56 pct, Metal 3.27 pct and PSU gained 2.63 pct.

Small and mid-cap indices firmed up by 2.07 pct and 1.00 pct, respectively.

Dollex-100, Dollex-200 and Dolex 30 also hardened by 2.82 pct, 2.77 pct and 2.50 pct, respectively.

However, S&P BSE-FMCG dropped by 2.74 per cent. The total turnover at BSE and NSE fell to Rs 9,960.86 crore and Rs 54,025.63 crore, respectively, from Rs 11,911.78 crore and Rs 58,148.00 crore last week.

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