Nifty dipped below the 7,600 mark by plunging 80.70 points to end at 7,568.55.
Percentage of promoter-pledged shares touched all-time high of 10% in 345 of BSE 500 companies.
BSE Sensex had surged 988 points in previous five sessions, gained 0.30%, to trade at 22,002.07
Bucking the trend on BSE Sensex,IT share prices,led by Infosys,advanced on weak rupee.
BSE Sensex fell as profit-booking hit ICICI Bank,RIL,ITC,L&T share prices.
BSE Sensex gains as sustained foreign investor flows offset widespread concerns.
The BSE Sensex had lost 50.57 points in the previous session.
BSE Sensex slips as year draws to close with Infosys Ltd and ICICI Bank share prices pulling index down to 21,143.
In the previous two sessions,BSE Sensex had gained 160.87 points.
BSE Sensex rose on Friday,sending indexes to their second consecutive weekly gains.
Sensex extends Thursday’s gains on sustained buying by funds and retail investors.
BSE Sensex edged up as blue chip share prices like Narayana Murthy-led Infosys Ltd extended rally.
BSE Sensex supported by gains in stocks of healthcare,capital goods,power,consumer durable firms.
However,BSE Sensex had gained as much as 25 pct last year; gold fades for second straight year.
BSE Sensex dragged down by HDFC Bank,Sun Pharmaceuticals share prices; small caps outshine bluechips.