remain range bound and have slipped marginally into the
red in early afternoon trades. Other Asian markets remain
mixed while Europe has opened higher.
is trading lower by 22 points at 14108 at 01.10 PM.
is now trading lower by 4 points at 4074.
has corrected further after a weak opening and is the
worst performer among index stocks with losses of more
than 3 per cent.
has lost more than 2.5 per cent while HDFC is down more
than 2 per cent.
remains under pressure and has lost more than 1.5 per
cent. Gail India remains weak by more than 1.5 per cent.
Airways is trading with losses of nearly 1.5 per cent.
is the worst performer among engineering stocks with losses
of over 1.5 per cent.
Pharma is down nearly 1.5 per cent and Glaxo has lost
well over a per cent.
Tele is the other major loser, down nearly 1.5 per cent.
Tech remains the best performer with gains of 2.5 per
cent. Satyam is trading 1.5 per cent higher while TCS
is holding on to gains of a per cent.
has gained further and is trading nearly 2 per cent higher
while Bajaj Auto has added 1.5 per cent.
Energy has gained close to 2 per cent while Siemens is
holding on to gains of close to a per cent. BHEL has added
nearly 1.5 per cent and L&T has gained over 0.5 per
is the other major gainer, trading nearly a per cent higher.
and small caps are holding on to gains. The NSE mid-cap
index is now trading with gains of nearly 0.4 per cent.
BSE mid-cap index is trading over 0.4 per cent higher
and the BSE small-cap index is trading with gains of nearly
0.4 per cent. Market breadth on the NSE remains marginally
positive in early afternoon trades.
Auto Tech, which got listed today, is now trading at Rs108
as against an issue price of Rs75.
India, Lumax Auto, Prism Cement and GMR Industries are
locked in the 10 per cent upper circuits.
Limited has soared after a firm start and is trading 16
per cent higher.
Abrasives, Centurion Bank of Punjab, Accel Frontline and
Bajaj Auto Finance are among the major mid-cap gainers.
Software has slipped 8 per cent after the company announced
State Petronet, Tata Sponge, Hanung Toys, Sandesh, Zandu
Pharma, Godavari Fert, Adhunik Metalliks and HB Stock
and are the major mid-cap losers.