The broader markets underperformed benchmarks, with the BSE Midcap index down half a percent on weak breadth.
The Sensex closed up 0.84 points at 32383.30, while the Nifty ended down 0.10 points at 10020.55.
The Sensex ended up 154.19 points at 32382.46, while the Nifty closed higher by 56.10 points at 10020.65
SEBI#39;s likely move to curb excessive derivative speculation will severely impact markets.
After a historic high, experts expect consolidation in near term but in medium term, they feel, the market could be strong and started scaling new highs.
The Sensex was down 17.60 points at 32228.27, while the Nifty was down 1.85 points at 9964.55.
It was a good start to the week as the Nifty closed few points away from its historic level of 10,000, up 51.15 points at 9,966.40.
Tata Sponge, IIFL Holdings, Quess Corp, JK Bank, GVK Power, Avenue Supermarts, Amtek Auto, Fortis Healthcare, HPCL and Vijaya Bank gained up to 8 percent.
Telecom as well as cable operators fell sharply after Jio offers. Bharti Airtel, Idea Cellular (though recovery sharply towards the close), Dish TV, Hathway Cable and GTPL Hathway were down 2-6 percent.
Wipro and Reliance gained the most on both indices, while Bharti Airtel and Lupin were the top losers.
Experts expect the consolidation to continue on Friday, especially after recent run-up. They feel the Nifty may make an attempt to hit 10,000 level in near term.
The Sensex closed down 50.95 points at 31904.40, while the Nifty ended 26.30 points lower at 9873.30
The BSE Midcap and Smallcap indices gained 1 percent each as about two shares advanced for every share falling on the exchange.
The Sensex closed up 244.36 points at 31955.35, while the Nifty ended up 74.75 points at 9901.90.
The BSE Sensex crashed nearly 450 points intraday, dragged entirely by index heavyweights ITC post hike in cigarettes cess and also to some extent Reliance Industries.
The company recommended the issue of bonus shares to the shareholders in the ratio of 1 bonus equity share for every 1 existing equity share, which is subject to the approval of the shareholders.
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Morgan Stanley has maintained an overweight rating on Bharat Financial Inclusion with a revised target price of Rs 950 from Rs 860 with the stock gaining 4 percent intraday.
"We are discontinuing coverage on Adani Power due to reallocation of our resources. The firm#39;s last recommendation for the stock is sell and our target price is Rs 23. This is our last rating on Adani Power," Citi said.
The operating profit (EBITDA) was up 189 percent at Rs 117 crore and EBITDA margin was up 980 bps at 17.8 percent.
The company has reported 10.6 percent QoQ fall in net profit to Rs 2210 crore for the quarter ended June 30 which was ahead of analystsâ polled by CNBC-TV18 of Rs 2043 crore.
The brokerage has a buy call on the stock with a target of Rs 282.
The company won Rs 386 crore designs, build and operate order from the Bangalore Water Supply and Sewerage board (BWSSB) for a 150 MLD sewage treatment plan (STP) at KC valley in Bengaluru.
On July 26, 2017 Eros Worldwide FZ LLC sold 5,08,768 shares of the company at Rs 231.31 on the NSE.
The board has approved stock split in the ratio of 1:5, subject to approval from Shareholdersâ and RBI.
The company has launched 100 mg Artesunate Rectocaps/Rectal Artesunate Suppositories (RAS), a life-saving, pre-referral intervention for the management of severe malaria in young children.
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Even after a positive opening, shares of the company failed to hold on to the gains and later dipped 1.39 per cent to Rs 421.65 on BSE.
Suzlon group has won an order of 50.40 MW wind power project from Riyadh based Alfanar Group of Saudi Arabia.
Revenue of the company has increased by 39 percent at Rs 1,263.4 crore versus Rs 905.1 crore.