Iran nuclear deal sets Street on fire, BSE Sensex surges 575 points

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Shares of capital goods, banking, auto sectors firmed up sharply on robust buying support. (AP) Shares of capital goods, banking, auto sectors firmed up sharply on robust buying support. (AP)
SummaryShares of capital goods, banking, auto sectors firmed up sharply on robust buying support.

shares worth Rs 1,317.16 crore during the week under review, including the provisional figure of November 29, as per the data issued by the exchanges.

As many as 26 out of the 30 Sensex scrips ended in the green, while the rest logged losses, reflecting a broad-based buying.

Major gainers from the Sensex pack were BHEL (13.91 pct), L&T (8.23 pct), ONGC (7.31 pct), Tata Motors (6.79 pct), SSLT (4.96 pct), SBI (4.67 pct), ICICI Bank (4.54 pct), Bajaj Auto (4.29 pct), HUL (3.93 pct), Hindalco (3.81 pct), HDFC (3.80 pct), Jindal Steel (3.76 pct), HeroMoto (3.30 pct) and Tata Power (3.25 pct).

The losers were Bharti Airtel (down 2.72 pct), NTPC (2.16 pct), Wipro (1.46 pct) and Sun Pharma (0.54 pct).

Among the S&P BSE indices, capital goods rose 8.28 pct followed by Bankex (4.33 pct), Auto (4.05 pct), Power (3.98 pct), PSU (3.56 pct), Realty (3.51 pct), Metal (3.44 pct), FMCG (3.08 pct) and Oil&Gas (2.74 pct).

The total turnover at BSE and NSE rose to Rs 11,911.78 crore and Rs 58,148.00 crore, respectively from Rs 9,680.45 crore and Rs 52,721.61 crore last week.

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