are continuing the strong up trend from yesterday, once
again helped by strong cues from global indices. The rally
is very broad-based with most sectors participating. Other
Asian markets, except Shanghai, have also extended their
gains from yesterday.
opened at 14293 and touched a new lifetime high of 14416.
The index is trading higher by 130 points at 14397 at
opened at 4140 and touched an all-time high of 4183. The
index is now trading higher by 41 points at 4179.
stocks are leading the rally today. Tata Steel has recovered
more than 2.5 per cent after declining more than 12 per
cent over the last 2 sessions. SAIL has also gained over
2.5 per cent.
stocks continue to do well today as well. VSNL has added
another 2.5 per cent while Reliance Communications is
up nearly 2 per cent. Bharti is trading more than 1.5
per cent higher.
tech stocks, Wipro has gained over 2 per cent and Satyam
is trading nearly 2 per cent higher.
is continuing its recovery and has added another 2.5 per
cent. Siemens has also gained over 2.5 per cent.
Ambuja has extended its gains and has gained another 2.5
are only six losers among Nifty stocks. Nalco has corrected
more than a per cent after yesterday's rally and is down
more than a per cent.
and Sun Pharma have lost around 0.5 per cent each.
Infosys and PNB are trading with modest losses.
and small caps are also doing well, but gains are lower
than the large caps. The NSE mid-cap index is now trading
with gains of over 0.7 per cent. BSE mid-cap index has
gained close to a per cent and the BSE small-cap index
is trading with gains of over a per cent. Market breadth
on the NSE is highly positive in early trades.
18, the de-merged division of Television 18, got listed
today. The stock is now trading at Rs353 per share.
Industries, which listed on the NSE today, is trading
Saimira is locked in the 10 per cent upper circuit. VLS
Finance, HFCL, and Agro Dutch are also locked in the 10
per cent upper circuits.
Corp, SI Group, Eveready and Plastiblends are among the
major mid-cap gainers.
Natural, Nissan Copper, Easun Reyrolle and Hindustan Dorr
Oliver are the major mid-cap losers.