Sensex rises 288 pts to end at new record high of 26,390.96.
S&P BSE Sensex closed at 25,823.75, a fall of 17.46 points (0.07%).
Investors remained sceptical about BJP manifesto fast implementation and fiscal discipline.
In volatile trade,BSE Sensex closed 43.09 points down today.
BSE Sensex rose nearly 1.5 percent after domestic institutional investors turned buyers.
BSE Sensex jumped as investors made fresh buying ahead of Q2 economic growth data.
BSE Sensex gained 0.71 pct,while broader NSE Nifty index ended higher 0.81 pct.
BSE Sensex had lost 184.82 points in the previous two sessions.
BSE Sensex fell as software services exporters’ shares such as Infosys were hit.
NSE Nifty slumps 2.02 pct while BSE Sensex fell 1.8 pct on fear of withdrawal by FIIs.
BSE Sensex rose for a third consecutive session after a rally in debt markets boosted banks.
BSE Sensex marks longest losing streak since the slump in the Indian rupee in late July.
BSE Sensex posts worst week in over three months; bluechips HDFC,RIL,TCS shares fall.
BSE Sensex had gained 464 points in past two sessions,ending 130.55 points higher at 21,164.52.
Sensational surge sees BSE Sensex hit all-time high; Tata Communications,Bharti Airtel shares shine.