indifferent closing in the US yesterday and weakness across
most Asian markets led to some pressure in early trades
today. The indices slipped after opening marginally higher.
After declining more than a third of a per cent each,
the frontline indices have recovered in mid-morning trades.
Sensex opened at 10797 and saw a high of 10851. The index
is trading higher by 27 points at 10831 at 11.10 AM.
Nifty opened at 3197 and saw a high of 3217 in early trades.
The index is trading higher by 3 points at 3206.
stocks are back in action after some weakness yesterday
afternoon. ACC and Gujarat Ambuja have added 2 per cent
each while Grasim has gained close to 2 per cent.
is the biggest gainer among index stocks, having gained
close to 3.5 per cent. Among the other FMCG stocks, ITC
and HLL have gained close to a per cent each. Colgate
is another major gainer from this sector.
Infosystems saw a massive surge in mid-morning trades
and is now trading with gains of nearly 12 per cent.
Nalco and Bajaj Auto are among the other major gainers.
Tele is the biggest loser among index stocks, trading
nearly 2 per cent lower.
stocks are seeing some profit booking after the recent
rally. MTNL has lost 1.5 per cent while Bharti has given
up close to 0.5 per cent. Reliance Communication Ventures
is also trading with losses of close to 0.5 per cent.
stocks have given up part of the gains from yesterday.
Satyam is the biggest loser in the sector, trading lower
by close to a per cent. Wipro has also shed over 0.5 per
cent. TCS and Infosys are also trading lower.
Pharma, OBC and SAIL are also trading lower today.
are doing better than the large stocks today morning.
The mid-cap index has gained close to a third of a per
cent. The market breadth is marginally positive.
is locked in the 10 per cent upper circuit today as well,
taking the total gains to around 80 per cent in the last
6 trading sessions.
Prestige, Bindal Agro and Calsoft are among the major
gainers in mid-caps.
Cement, Ruby Mills and Vivimed Lab are among the mid-cap