Sensex opened at 29115 up from previous close of 29004. Nift opened at 8801 up by 39 points from previous close.
Majority of scrips opened on a strong feet, reasons we can say were increased foreign capital inflows and a firming global trend on relief over Greek debt deal and as US Federal Reserve hinted that a rate hike is unlikely before June.
HDFC Ltd was on top gainer list among Sensex scrips by rising 2.43 per cent on assumptions of positive news in union budget for housing finance companies.
During the day, market sentiment was turned to negative and nervous ahead of three major event in this week, F&O expiry, Railway budget on 26th Feb’15 and union budget on 28th Feb’2015.
If we look at Nifty, out of 50, 24 were green and 26 were trading in red zone.
Both Nifty and Sensex closed its day with Flat, Sensex closed at 29007, 3 point plus and Nifty closed at 8767 , plus 5 points.
Sector wise if we see, BSE Teck index gained the most by rising 0.47 per cent, IT index by 0.45 per cent, FMCG index by 0.36 per cent and Realty index by 0.35 per cent among others.
Foreign inflow was worth a net Rs 697.28 crore yesterday and Domestic Institutional Investors sold stocks worth a net Rs 146.98 crore.
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