The BSE benchmark index Sensex Friday rose by over 60 points in early morning trade on emergence of buying by funds in fundamentally strong shares, specially consumer goods and banking, available at attractive low levels.
After a smart rally yesterday, the
market turned bearish with the BSE benchmark Sensex slipping
down 49 points in late morning trade on Thursday due to profit
booking by investors amid mixed Asian trend.
The Bombay Stock Exchange benchmark
Sensex on Friday pared a big chunk of gains posted in early trade
but still managed to end the higher by 94 points to extend the
winning streak for the third consecutive day.
The Bombay Stock Exchange benchmark Sensex on Friday soared by 208 points in opening trade on continued buying by funds, driven mainly by firming global trends after a better-than-expected US economic data.
The Bombay Stock Exchange benchmark Sensex surged by 300 points in opening trade today on fresh buying by funds and retail investors, bolstered by firming global trends following a higher-than-expected growth in the US economy.
The benchmark Sensex fell for the fourth day on Thursday losing 230 points due to heavy selling by investors after official data showed that inflation rose the most since May and exports declined in September.
BSE benchmark Sensex continued to lose ground for the second straight day, declining by another 154 points in morning trade, as the market adopted a cautious approach ahead of the RBI`s quarterly policy review and on weak Asian cues.