Technology, metals and HDFC group stocks pulled the market lower while the buying in oil retailers, auto and ICICI Bank capped losses.
Asian shares declined amid escalation in US-China trade tensions, as oil extended losses.
The Nifty IT index rallied over 2 percent following sharp depreciation in the rupee and share buyback announcement by TCS..
Asian markets are cautiously mixed ahead of expected US tariffs.
Reliance Industries, which helped the market recover some losses in later part of the session, ended at record closing high of Rs 1,007.95 (up half a percent).
Asian shares traded lower after Fed raises rates and signals more hikes ahead.
Midcap stocks see selling pressure in the ultimate hour; pharma names such as Sun Pharma, Cipla and Lupin push up Nifty Pharma.
Defensives gain on a weak day of trade, but last hour fight by the bulls helps them trim losses.
Now all eyes are on Monetary Policy Committee#39;s rate decision scheduled to be announced on Wednesday. Largely expectations are status quo on policy rates but the commentary would be keenly watched, experts said.
Asian stocks traded higher, tracking upside in US markets post better-than-expected US jobs report.
All sectoral indices ended lower barring Auto that gained 0.8 percent after strong auto sales data for the month of May 2018.
Asian markets traded mixed as US-China trade concerns return to the fore.
In the May series, the Sensex gained 1.7 percent and the Nifty rallied 1.1 percent while Bank index surged more than 7.5 percent.
Asian stocks recover after easing of Italian political concerns.
Investors also closely monitor the movement in the rupee and crude oil prices, both of which are range-bound after recent sharp moves.
At the maximum buyback price and size, the indicative maximum number of equity shares bought back would be 55,55,555 equity shares (comprising 3.42 percent of the existing paid up equity share capital).
ICICI Bank is discussing a rejig of its top management, a move that could make ICICI Prudential Life CEO Sandeep Bakhshi the group#39;s interim chief, The Economic Times reports.
HT Media will get 30 percent in cash and rest in equity for ad-for-equity deal.
Global research firm CLSA is betting on HDFC attractive valuations as well as acceleration in earnings growth head.
The breadth of the market favoured declines, with 524 stocks advancing, 1137 declining and 406 remaining unchanged. On BSE, 823 stocks advanced, 1570 declined and 1The breadth of the market favoured declines, with 524 stocks advancing, 1137 declining and 406 remaining unchanged. On BSE, 823 stocks advanced, 1570 declined and 123 remained unchanged.23 remained unchanged.
As part of the settlement agreement, Panacea and Apotex will receive a non-exclusive license under which Panacea Biotec may begin selling generic version of Abraxane in the US.
The UP government has decided to reinvite bids for Purvanchal Expressway.
Vedanta fell over 3.5 percent as weakness in global metal names weighed on sentiment in such stocks here too. Meanwhile, Dr Reddyâs Laboratories fell as investors saw risk in its right to launch Buprenorphine and Naloxone sublingual film in the US markets.
The stock price has opened at Rs 30 while its previous close stood at Rs 151.45 on the exchange.
The breadth of the market favoured declines, with 529 stocks advancing, 1035 declining and 492 remaining unchanged. On BSE, 681 stocks advanced, 1134 declined and 82 remained unchanged.
Oil prices corrected nearly 11 percent from the $80.50 a barrel (the highest level since November 2014) touched on May 17.
The buyback is subject to approval of the members by means of a special resolution through a postal ballot.
The total value of the orders is Rs 12.56 crore, it said, adding the orders are to be executed in the current financial year 2018-19.
The total order inflow during the Year 2018 upto May 2018 stands at Rs 694 crore.
The breadth of the market favoured declines, with 634 stocks advancing, 1049 declining and 371 remaining unchanged. On BSE, 994 stocks advanced, 1475 declined and 141 remained unchanged.