One year of Modi govt, BSE Sensex, Tata Motors, Reliance, BHEL, Indian rupee, more
FPIs, the main driver of the equity market, have helpedthe benchmark BSE Sensex gain by 2,950 points or over 15 per cent in the last one year of Narendra Modi govt. Falling for the second straight day,the benchmark BSE Sensex dropped 112 points to 27,531.41 amid persistent selling pressure on resurfacing of retrospective taxation worries and disappointing earning numbers. Vedanta Ltd plunged 2.33 per cent and was the biggest loser among Sensex scrips. ONGC fell sharply by 2.05 per cent. Tata Motors fell by 1.60 per cent ahead of its January-March quarter earnings due later in the day. ITC was down 1.05 per cent, sliding for the second session after disappointing earnings on Friday.