Kotak-ING merger deal put turned the spotlight on banking sector stocks which helped Sensex, Nifty scaled new peaks this week. Overall, markets unperformed key indices during the week with CNX mid-cap and small-cap indices rising 0.4-1 percent against benchmarkâs 1 percent uptick.
At close, the Sensex rose 0.95 percent, or 267 points, points to 28,334 while the Nifty jumped 0.9 percent, or 75 points, to 8,477.
However, the broader markets underperformed benchmarks with the BSE Midcap and Smallcap indices falling 0.1 percent each. About 1371 shares advanced while 1644 shares declined on the Bombay Stock Exchange.
At the time of writing, the Sensex was up 240 points (0.83 percent) to 28,301 while the Nifty was up 75 points (0.85 percent) to 8,477.
At the time of writing, the Sensex was up 0.65 percent, or 183 points, to 28,254 while the Nifty gained 0.69 percent, or 58 points, to 8,460.
At the time of this writing, the Sensex rose 191 points to 28,258 while the Nifty climbed 59 points to 8,460, retreating marginally from fresh intra-day alltime highs reached early today.
At the time of this writing, Sensex was up 0.6 percent, or 175 points, to 28,243 while the Nifty gained 0.64 percent, or 54 points, to 8455.
Cipla surged 2.67 percent as brokerage house Bank of America Merrill Lynch said Cipla will triple its sales by FY20.
At open, the BSE Sensex was up 0.02 percent, or 7 points, to 28,070 while the Nifty rose 0.02 percent, or 3 points, or 8,405.
At close, the Nifty rose 0.22 percent, or 19 points, to 8,401 while the Sensex gained 0.12 percent, or 34 points, to 28,067.
The Sensex is now up 0.06 percent to 28,049 while the Nifty has gained 0.08 percent to 8,389.
At the time of this writing, the Sensex was off 0.27 percent and Nifty 0.22 percent to 27,955 and 8,364, respectively.
At the time of this writing, the Sensex came off 58 points to trade 27,978 while Nifty lost 11 points to reach 8,370. Midcaps, however, were resilient -- trading flat.
At the time of this writing, the Sensex was down 8 points to 28,021 while the Nifty was up 4 points to 8,387. The BSE mid and small cap indexes rose 0.2 percent and 0.15 percent, respectively.
As of this writing, the Sensex had reclaimed the 28,000 mark it had gone below intra-day to trade at 28,040 (up 8 points) while the Nifty was 11 points shy of 8,400 (up 7 points).
On November 21, 2014 Reliance Capital Partners sold 1,149,000 shares of INOX Leisure at Rs 182.15 on the NSE.
On November 21, 2014 La Mancha Resorts bought 170,000 shares of Aryaman Financial Services at Rs 30 on the BSE.
On November 21, 2014 Jwalamukhi Investment Holdings sold 626,486 shares of Bajaj Electric at Rs 220.03 on the BSE.
On November 21, 2014 Birla Sun Life Mutual Fund BSL Ind Advantage Offshore FD bought 200,000 shares of Atul Auto at Rs 405 on the BSE.
CNBC-TV18s Nigel D'Souza lists some of the key stocks which were buzzing in trade today.
Sun Group may have finally finalised an investor for partially or completely offloading its stake in company, reports CNBC-TV18 quoting sources.
JM Financial has provided additional capital of Rs 360 crore to this business, bringing the total capital commitment to Rs 900 crore.
The company has signed a definitive agreement to acquire global network services leader Lightbridge Communications Corporation (LCC) for an enterprise value of approximately USD 240 million, subject to regulatory approvals.
Raliway stocks - Texmaco Rail, Titagarh Wagons and Cimmco - saw huge buying interest, up 6-12 percent intraday Friday after the Narendra Modi Government released its first order for railway wagons.
Here are few top buzzing midcap stocks picked by CNBC-TV18's analysts in trade today. We have Future Consumer, Geometric, Kotak Mahindra Bank, ING Vysya, Amrutanjan, Texrail, Titagarh Wagons, Gammon India and Gammon Infrastructure.
"Prashant Desai, who joined the company in 2013 as president (investor relations and MA) assumed the position of MD and CEO of the company effective (on Thursday)," said the company in its filing.
Future Consumer Enterprise completed acquisition of the Nilgiris convenience store chain in the Southern states of Kerala, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu.
The Reserve Bank of India allowed foreign institutional investors to buy shares of the private sector lender through primary market and stock exchanges.
According to the report, the transaction could fetch Gammon anything between Rs 1,000 crore and Rs 1,200 crore which it plans to use to trim debt.
The brokerage says Cipla aims to grow its sales from USD 1.6 billion to USD 5 billion by FY20 (21 percent compounded annual growth rate - CAGR).