Wednesday, 23 March 2016

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TATASTEEL ROCKS HIT FIRST TGT 312 MADE HIGH OF 317.90
Equity benchmarks recouped losses in late trade that helped the Nifty close higher for sixth consecutive session on Wednesday. Positive European cues also supported the market. Technology, FMCG and metals stocks were gainers while losers were banking & financials and oil stocks. The BSE Sensex ended with a gain of mere seven points at 25,338. The BSE Sensex opened at 25322 touched an intra-day high of 24368 and low of 25156. The index had risen over 653 points in the previous three sessions.
 Some buying activity is seen in metal, telecom, realty, basic materials, industrial and utilities sectors, while energy, oil and gas, IT and FMCG sectors are showing weakness on BSE. Travel-related companies were under pressure post the terror attack in Brussels. Shares of Cox & Kings ended lower 2.5% while Thomas Cook ended almost unchanged markets extended gains today following the terrorist attacks in Belgium claimed to have been carried out by the Islamic State, with major indices shrugging off the attacks. Hong Kong's Hang Seng index was quoting 0.26 percent lower while Japan's Nikkei shed 0.04 percent in early trade. Shanghai Composite was also down 0.31 percent. The Dow Jones Industrial Average ended 0.23 percent lower in yesterday's trade. The India VIX (Volatility) index was up 0.10% to 16.4475.The Indian Rupee was trading down by 3 paise at 66.74 per US dollar.On the global front, China's Shanghai Composite index closed up by 0.38% and Hang Seng ends marginally lower.Caution in view of a long weekend dominated sentiment as markets will remain closed tomorrow and Friday on account of ‘Holi’ and ‘Good Friday’
 
 

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