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Sensex gains 1 pct led by Infosys, ONGC

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INDIA-BUDGETThe Sensex added 148 points on Friday to close at 15,378 as investors remained optimistic after better than expected quarterly results.

The benchmark’s rise was led by Infosys Technologies, ONGC and Tata Steel, which were up in the range 2-6 percent.

Tata Motors stood out with a near 10 percent rise.

The auto index outperformed the other sectoral indices with gains of over 5 percent. Bharat Forge jumped over 14 percent, Amtek Auto gained 10.8 percent and Maruti Suzuki ended 6.3 percent higher.

The realty index ended 4.2 percent higher, while the metal index gained 2.4 percent. Prominent gainers in these sectors were and DLF and Tata Steel which gained over 6 percent each.

Sensex recovers another 400 pts

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INDIA-BUDGETIt was another good day on Dalal Street with the benchmark gaining 400 points to close at 14,253, as investor confidence was boosted by strong results by two U.S firms.

The Nifty index rallied 122 points to close above the 4,200 mark.

Reliance Industries led the benchmark’s rise with a 3.5 percent jump. L&T’s rise of 4.1 percent also gave support.

Sensex rises over 450 points, DLF jumps

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INDIA-STOCKS/JUMPInvestors breathed a sigh of relief on Tuesday as the Sensex jumped 453 points to 13,854, regaining some ground after losing over 1500 points in the past six sessions.

The stock market took cues from strong global markets and upbeat economic data from some regions.

Sensex falls 324 points on profit booking

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MARKETS-SOUTHASIA STOCKS-The Sensex dropped 2.3 percent in trade to close at 13,589 points as investors resorted to profit booking to reap benefits of the surge over the past few weeks.

Weak Asian and European markets also weighed on sentiments.

Losses in heavyweight stocks like ICICI Bank, Reliance Industries and Bharti Airtel dragged the benchmark lower by over 300 points.

Sensex closes lower, DLF gains

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INDIA-STOCKS/6PCTThe Sensex closed 1.2 percent lower at 11,873, recovering close to 200 points from the day’s low of 11,695 as investors remained jittery about the final outcome of the general election.

The benchmark was dragged lower by heavyweights Bharti Airtel, Reliance Industries and ICICI Bank.

Sensex slips over 1 pct after volatile trade

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MARKETS-SOUTHASIA-STOCKS/The Sensex managed to close a tad above the 12,000 mark after a choppy session as wary investors booked profits after yesterday’s rally and awaited exit polls for cues.

An over 1 percent loss in Reliance Industries and a 3.4 percent loss in ONGC led the benchmark lower to close at 12,020 points.

Sensex gains nearly 3 pct, Infosys slips

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BC INDIA EXCHANGEAfter a weak start in the morning, the BSE Sensex erased its losses and closed nearly 3 percent higher at 11,285.

This was the benchmark’s eighth successive rise — its longest winning streak in 18 months.

Reliance leads Sensex rally

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The BSE Sensex today crossed the psychological mark of 10,000 and ended 446 points higher, its best close in nearly five months, guided by strong Asian and European markets.

The benchmark index ended at 10,348.83, while the 50-share Nifty ended 150.7 points higher at 3,211.05.
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Reliance Industries surged more than 5 per cent on reports the company has started pumping gas from the KG basin, which at full throttle will nearly double India’s gas output.

Sensex gains in choppy trade

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The Sensex ended nearly 200 points up on Wednesday as investors covered positions ahead of the monthly derivatives expiry.

The session was volatile throughout the day, with the benchmark gaining momentum towards the close of the trade.

Sensex rises 1.3 pct, Reliance gains

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INDIAThe BSE Sensex ended 1.3 percent higher on Wednesday as a rally in global markets boosted investor sentiments.

After mid day, the benchmark touched an intra-day high of 9,120 – a rise of over 2 percent – but pared gains later to close at 8,976. It was the index’s highest close in a month.

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