The 30-share Sensex had lost 244.48 points in the previous session.
Logging their worst single-day drop in over five weeks, Sensex today fell 244.48 points…
Nifty falls 0.9 per cent and Sensex opens 0.87 per cent as indexes hit their lowest level since Sept 1.
BSE Sensex index closed 0.26 percent higher while the broader NSE Nifty index added 0.24 percent.
Sensex fell over 72 points to close below the 27,000 mark for the first time in nearly two weeks.
In previous session, Sensex closed at life-time peak of 27,319 after climbing to intra-day record of 27,354.
The mid-cap and small-cap indices closed with a gain of 1.29 per cent and 2.11 per cent, respectively.
The National Stock Exchange index Nifty also gained 58.30 points, to trade at fresh high of 8,145.15.
The 30-share index had gained over 705 points in the previous eight sessions.
A BofA-ML report said markets are likely to double from current levels in the next four years.
Nifty rose to hit 8,000 level for the first time while Sensex hit a new high of 26,812.
Both Sensex and the Nifty have gained about 26 per cent this year so far.
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Nifty settles above 7,900-mark, boosted by gains in banking and IT stocks on higher capital inflows.