Thursday, 5 January 2017

SENSEX RALLIES 245 POINTS, NIFTY ENDS ABOVE 8280

Sensex was trading at 26,895, up 263 points, while the broader Nifty was ruling at 8,275, up 84 points. Sensex hit its highest in nearly two months, while the broader Nifty hit a near one-month high in today’s session led by gains in metal, oil & gas, banking and auto sectors. Tata Motors ended over 3%.
GLOBAL MARKET:
Asian stocks edged higher on Thursday, underpinned by a firm Wall Street after minutes from the Federal Reserve's December meeting suggested a less hawkish stance from policymakers. US shares ended higher on Wednesday even after minutes from the Federal Reserve's December meeting showed concerns that quicker economic growth under President-elect Donald Trump could require faster interest rate increases to ward off inflation. India and Hong Kong led gains, while Japan's Nikkei slipped 0.3% as the yen edged up on the dollar. Philippine shares rose to their highest levels in nearly two months and Singapore shares rose 1.3%.
 TOP GAINERS:
Company
Group
Current Price (Rs)
% Change
India Nippon Ele
B
562.20
+ 13.67
Force Motors
B
4,285.70
+ 10.92
Jay Bharat Marut
B
314.45
+ 7.78
GeeCee Ventures
B
144.10
+ 7.70
Gujarat Narmada Vall
B
252.30
+ 7.61
Future Lifestyle
B
141.80
+ 7.26
Sundaram Fasten.
B
310.50
+ 6.98
TOP LOSERS:
Company
Group
Current Price (Rs)
% Change
Asian Hotels (North)
B
101.10
-5.47
Palred Technologies
B
117.55
-4.12
Tera Software
B
124.45
-3.97
S H Kelkar & Company
B
322.30
-3.93
PTL Enterprises
B
137.10
-3.92
Allcargo Logistics
B
173.60
-2.99

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