The BSE 30-share index slipped 66.48 points, or 0.19 per cent, to 33,769.26. The benchmark had lost 82.20 points in the previous two sessions.
Sectoral indices led by consumer durables, capital goods, realty, bankex, oil & gas, PSU, FMCG, healthcare and auto were trading in the green, rising up to 0.66 per cent.
The broader Nifty finished at 10,421.40, up 194.55 points, or 1.90 per cent. It touched a high of 10,433.65 points in day trade.
Biggest single-day gain since February 23; Nifty reclaims key 10,200-mark settling at 10,242.65
The BSE 30-share index slipped by 132.83 points, or 0.39 per cent, to 33,184.37. The benchmark had lost 1,128.55 points in the previous five sessions.
Reports of SFIO summons to top bankers further dampen investor sentiments.
Panic gripped after US revealed plans to impose severe tariffs on steel, aluminium.
Promoters of these delisted companies will be required to purchase the shares from the public shareholders as per the fair value determined by the independent valuer appointed by the BSE.
A monthly survey showed India’s manufacturing sector growth eased slightly in February as factory output and new business orders rose at a slower pace.
On a net basis, foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) sold shares worth Rs 1,119.51 crore, while domestic institutional investors (DIIs) bought equities to the tune of Rs 1,409.45 crore on Monday, provisional data showed.
The 30-share BSE Sensex opened on a strong footing at 34,225.72 and maintained its upward trend to hit the day’s high of 34,483.39 before ending at 34,445.75, up 303.60 points, or 0.89 per cent.
The classification is based on several factors like market capitalisation, trading volumes and numbers, track records, profits, dividends, shareholding patterns and some qualitative aspects.
BSE benchmark closes above 34,000; rupee too rises 32 paise against the dollar to end at 64.73
Asian markets were trading on a mixed note. Chinese markets will reopen tomorrow after holidays. Japanese manufacturing activity expanded at a slower pace in February as growth of new export orders slowed due to the yen’s appreciation.
The 30-share Sensex recovered by 157.24 points, or 0.46 per cent, to 33,931.90 in opening trade. The index had lost 522.81 points in the previous two sessions.