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Sensex surges 69 points in early trade; Wipro falls 8.06%

The wide-based Nifty of the National Stock Exchange moved up by 27.15 points, or 0.47 percent, to 5,810.25.

M-cap of top-nine cos tank by Rs 79,571 cr; ONGC biggest loser

The market capitalisation (m-cap) of state-run energy major ONGC nosedived by Rs 20,062 crore to Rs 2,53,114?crore. The company's scrip also dropped by 7.34 percent to Rs 295.85 during the week.

Markets may see volatile sessions this week: Experts

Stock markets are likely to witness volatile sessions this week as investors would look at RBI's policy review in the middle of this month and global cues for further direction, say experts.

M-cap of 8 blue-chip cos dives Rs 58,504 cr; RIL biggest loser

The BSE 30-scrip index, Sensex, fell by 2 percent to end the week at 18,918.52.

Terrible Thursday: Rs 1.1 tn lost in stocks, gold at 7-mth low

In a bad day for investors, Indian stocks Thursday plunged to this year's lowest levels, wiping out over Rs 1.1 lakh crore wealth, while gold prices tanked to a seven-month low in a knee-jerk reaction to global sell-off.

Sensex range-bound in early trade

Brokers said funds booking profits due to a weakening Asian trend mainly influenced the trading sentiment.

Sensex down 17 points in late morning trade

The 30-share index resumed higher at 19,517.59 and firmed up further to 19,543.44 on fresh buying from operators on the back of foreign capital inflows.

M-cap of 6 Sensex blue-chips dips by Rs 54,994 cr

Dragged down by state-owned ONGC, the combined market valuation of top six Sensex companies plummeted by Rs 54,994 crore last week amid an overall weak broader market.

Sensex falls 30 points on profit-booking

The BSE benchmark Sensex Monday closed 30 points lower due to profit-booking mainly in banking and oil stocks amid weak quartelry earnings by some banks.

Citi lowers Indian stocks rating to "underweight"

Foreign brokerage firm Citi Thursday lowered its rating on Indian stocks to "underweight" from "neutral" citing growth concerns and said the Indian markets could move up only by seven percent in 2013.