Sun Pharma, Lupin, Coal India, TCS and Cipla were among losers while ONGC, Vedanta, Bharti Airtel, Bajaj Auto and GAIL were top gainers in the Sensex.
HDFC, Sun Pharma, Coal India, Lupin and Cipla are major laggards while ONGC, Vedanta, Bajaj Auto, Infosys and Bharti Airtel are top gainers in the Sensex.
Rise in copper and zinc prices led the rally in metal stocks. CNX Metal index rose over 1 percent led by stocks like Vedanta (up 7.4 percent), Hindalco (up 4.3 percent).
Vedanta, ONGC, NTPC, Hindalco and Bajaj Auto are top gainers while Lupin, MM and ITC are laggards in the Sensex.
ONGC topped the buying list on Sensex, up nearly 6 percent followed by Infosys, Axis Bank, SBI, NTPC, Bajaj Auto, Cipla, BHEL, Vedanta, GAIL, Hindalco and Tata Steel with 2-4 percent upside.
ONGC, Hindalco, Maruti, MM and Cipla are top gainers in the Sensex.
Experts are not sure that the market has bottomed out after around 1600 points fall on the Sensex in previous three consecutive sessions. According to them, global factors (especially China-led) may play key role in near term, though India's fundamentals remain strong.
After brutal slaughter the market ended with some gains on Thursday. The Sensex was up 516.53 points or 2 percent at 26231.1 and the Nifty gained157.10 points or 2 percent at 7948.95. About 1993 shares advanced, 689 shares declined, and 96 shares were unchanged.
HDFC, Vedanta, Cipla, Lupin and Dr Reddy's Labs are top gainers in the Sensex. Among the losers are BHEL, Bajaj Auto, NTPC, Hindalco and Hero MotoCorp.
The broader markets outperformed benchmarks as the BSE Midcap gained 1.6 percent and Smallcap rose 1.8 percent.
HDFC, Vedanta, Lupin, Cipla and Tata Steel are top gainers while BHEL, Bajaj Auto, Hero MotoCorp, Coal India and TCS are among laggards.
Vedanta and Cairn India topped the buying list on Sensex, up 6-7 percent followed by HDFC, Infosys, Lupin and Tata Steel with 2.5-3 percent.
Vedanta, HDFC, SBI, Lupin and Bharti are top gainers while BHEL, TCS, Tata Motors, Bajaj Auto and Hero Motocorp are among laggards in the Sensex.
Housing finance company HDFC topped the selling list on Sensex, down 3.8 percent followed by Infosys, ICICI Bank, Larsen Toubro, State Bank of India, Sun Pharma, ITC, MM, ONGC, Hero Motocorp and Bharti Airtel with 1-3.5 percent losses.
Hero Motocorp, HDFC, MM, SBI, Bharti Airtel, Ambuja Cements, Tech Mahindra and Bank of Baroda were the biggest losers, down 3-4.5 percent. However, BHEL, Bajaj Auto, Coal India, Wipro, Cairn India, Tata Power and Tata Motors gained 1-4 percent.
On August 28, 2015 Lotus Global Investments Limited Deutsche Bank sold 29,36,084 shares of Mercator at Rs 21.70.
On August 28, 2015 Compassvale Investments Pte Limited sold 1,73,69,900 shares of Bharti Infratel.
Sources told CNBC-TV18 that the country's second largest software services exporter has appointed Krishnamurthy Shankar as Executive Vice President and Head of Human Resources (HR).
CNBC-TV18s Varinder Bansal lists some of the key stocks which were buzzing in trade today.
The shipment of 1,000 tonnes will reach either Chennai or JNPT ports by September 10. The approved bidder has been asked to source onions from Egypt, China, Pakistan and other countries where the commodity is available.
Here are a few top buzzing midcap stocks picked by CNBC-TV18's analysts in trade today. We have Axis Bank, Bharti Airtel, Aurobindo Pharma, Jubilant Lifesciences, IRB Infrastructure and Gammon Infrastructure.
The country's largest power utility said it recorded highest single day generation of 733.12 million units, the highest so far in FY16, from its 18 coal based, 7 gas based, 8 solar and hydro power plants on August 27, 2015.
With maintaining a buy, the brokerage said valuation remains undemanding, despite the recent run-up in the stock. In the current calendar year 2015, it surged more than 200 percent.
In an earlier interview to CNBC-TV18, chairman TT Jagannathan had said sentiment and demand are now starting to pick up while after a lull in April and May, June and July have been rather good.
The company has bagged an order worth Rs 465 crore for setting up five international transmission line projects in Tanzania, Ukraine, Thailand, Tajikistan and Ethiopia.
The company has also said that it is handing over the Kharpada Bridge project to the government on successful completion. Concession period for the Kharpada Bridge Project expires on August 28. The project was awarded in 1997.
Axisâ focus on the retail business has led to a sharp rise in the share of retail assets (from around 30 percent to 40 percent in 3 years), retail fees (up from 27 percent to 38 percent) and retail term deposits (up from 24 percent to 33 percent of deposits).
The brokerage expects Entecavir to be a potentially chunky and sustainable product for Aurobindo. It is only the third generic company (after Teva Par) to get approval for this product.
The licensing rights will strengthen the market share of Tube Investments in the premium bicycles division and will also establish Ridley as one of the leading global brands in India.
GIPL said post the transaction the consolidated debt of the company will be reduced from Rs 3,947 crore to Rs 2,229 crore, which is expected to improve the gearing of company at consolidated level from more than 4 times to around 2 times going forward and make company net cash surplus.