The BSE Sensex closed in the red twice this week, eventually ending with losses of 0.5 percent. The week began with the benchmark index touching an all-time high of 22,023.98 points in trade on Monday, aided by strong foreign buying.
Shares retreated from record highs as investors booked profits and by Friday, some caution was setting in about the pace of recent gains.
Key economic data released this week showed prices cooling as wholesale and consumer inflation eased and industrial output rose slightly, raising hopes that the Reserve Bank of India would leave its key interest rate unchanged at its policy meet in April.
In the currency market, the rupee fell 0.2 percent for the week, snapping a two-week winning streak.
Here are the top five Sensex gainers and losers of the week:
INFOSYS: Shares in Infosys, once considered the bellwether of the Indian IT sector, ended the week with losses of 9.4 percent after its chairman said revenue could grow at the lower end of guidance for this fiscal year.