Sensex on Wednesday tanked over 268 points to trade below the 17,000- points level in opening trade in line with the meltdown in overseas markets on concerns that Greece`s debt crisis could spread to other countries.
The Bombay Stock Exchange benchmark
Sensex on Wednesday rose nearly 99 points in early trade, extending
its gains for the fourth straight session, on good buying in
metal and IT stocks by funds, driven by firm global cues.
A benchmark index for Indian equities closed on Friday 51 points higher, making its way back into the green in spite of jittery trader sentiments due to the central bank`s decision to raise cash reserve ratio by 75 basis points.