Gains were largely led by banking names as the Bank Nifty ended around a percent higher. Additionally, pharmaceuticals, automobiles, energy and IT names were the top gainers.
The Indian currency on Monday touched an all-time low of 69.8550, following the fall in Turkish currency.
At the close of market hours, the Sensex ended down 155.14 points or 0.41% at 37869.23, while the Nifty was lower by 41.20 points or 0.36% at 11429.50.
The Sensex ended up 136.81 points or 0.36% at 38024.37, while the Nifty closed higher by 21.60 points or 0.19% at 11471.60
Among broader markets, though, midcaps had a day of underperformance. The index closed on a flat note, with a negative bias.
The Sensex is down 26.09 points or 0.07% at 37665.80, while the Nifty is up 2.40 points or 0.02% at 11389.50.
The Sensex closed up 135.73 points or 0.36% at 37691.89, while the Nifty ended 26.30 points higher at 11387.10.
The Sensex is up 391 points or 1.05% at 37556.16, while the Nifty is up 116.10 points or 1.03% at 11360.80.
The selloff was led by sectors such as banks, automobiles, IT and energy, while pharmaceuticals stood out with gains of over a percent on the Nifty Pharma index.
The weakness was largely visible in banking and automobile names as investors reacted to the central bankâs announcement
In fact, the upmove also ensured that the market ended on an extremely strong note in July, gaining around 6 percent.
The Sensex was up 157.55 points or 0.42% at 37494.40, while the Nifty ended up 41.10 points or 0.36% at 11319.50.
ITC, Tata Motors, and IOC were the top gainers, while HUL, Adani Ports, Dr Reddyâs Laboratories and Bajaj Finserv were the top losers.
The Sensex is up 126.41 points or 0.34% at 36984.64, while the Nifty closed up 35.30 points or 0.32% at 11167.30
The Sensex is up 33.13 points or 0.09% at 36858.23, while the Nifty is down 2.30 points or 0.02% at 11132.00.
The company board approved raising equity capital by an amount aggregating to Rs 1790 crore by way of preferential issue to the Government of India.
Revenues for Q1FY19 rose 16.7 percent YoY to Rs 7,423.9 crore from Rs 6,360.8 crore in the year-ago period.
The company has reported net profit at Rs 27.8 crore against loss of Rs 3.1 crore in a year ago period. Revenue rose 61.8 percent at Rs 101.3 crore versus Rs 62.6 crore.
The stock exchange sought clarification from Jet Airways after media reports suggested on August 13 that the airline was planning to raise USD 400 million from stake sale to private equities (PEs).
Bata India, Dabur India, Exide Industries, Infosys, ITC, PAGE Industries, JSW Steel and United Breweries are some of the stocks which have hit new 52-week high in the afternoon trade on NSE.
Revenue rose 33 percent to Rs 53.16 crore versus Rs 39.85 crore.
Analysts expect the company#39;s earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation margin to be around 20 percent.
The meeting of the board of directors of the company is scheduled on August 20, to consider and approve the proposal of buy back of the fully paid up equity share.
Revenue was up 32.4 percent at Rs 2,893.7 crore versus Rs 2,185.3 crore.
Revenue was up 18.1 percent at Rs 127.9 crore versus Rs 108.3 crore.
The breadth of the market favoured advances, with 1010 stocks advancing, 584 declining and 473 remaining unchanged. On BSE, 1265 stocks advanced, 763 declined and 80 remained unchanged.
Revenue during the quarter grew by 27.6 percent to Rs 37,832.8 crore from Rs 29,657.3 crore.
According to CLSA, the sales are in-line and 50 bps beat on EBITDA margin. This is a third-consecutive quarter of 25 percent plus volume growth.
Worst is not over for cooling business and expect margin to be decline, while cooling business valuations look high, but at discount to peers, says Deutsche Bank.