all-stars-cricket-centre-finder,Similarly, banking stocks extended morning gains, with stocks like HDFC Bank, Axis Bank, IndusInd Bank and ICICI Bank rising between 1-2%. Nifty bank, the banking sub-index of NSE, was up 0.85%. As of 11:15, the Sensex was up 306 points to trade at 53,210.51 after hitting a record high of 53,229.38.
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The BSE Sensex and the Nifty opened higher on Thursday tracking positive global markets and strong corporate earnings. As of 9:24 am, the Sensex was 92 points or 0.17% at 52,995.85 while the Nifty was higher by 26 points or 0.17% at 15,880.15. Gains in the market were led by banking and IT stocks while auto stocks witnessed profit booking. ,old-navy-basketball-pants
pokee,Among Nifty stocks, L&T was the top gainer, up 3.60% followed by HCL Tech and Tech Mahindra, which gained 1.67% and 1.36% respectively. HDFC Life, HDFC Life, HDFC Bank, PowerGrid Corp, Ultratech Cement, Grasim, Wipro were the other gainers in the Nifty, rising between 0.68% and 1%.
sayang-meaning,Infosys, which reported strong revenue growth for the June quarter on Wednesday, was up 0.22%. Infosys has clocked in highest ever quarterly revenue growth in a decade; its revenue in CC terms grew by 16.9% YoY and 4.8% QoQ, which was above expectations. The best thing is that the company has revised its revenue growth guidance for FY22 amid strong deal wins. However, its operating margin declined to 23.7% as against 24.5% in the March quarter.
Meanwhile, ONGC was the top loser in the Nifty, down 2.11% followed by Titan Company and M&M, which fell 0.54% and 0.52% respectively. Coal India, ITC, Maruti Suzuki, Asian Paints, HDFC, Bajaj Finserv, NTPC, Bajaj Auto were the other losers in the Nifty.,rebound-workouts-basketball
On Wednesday, the Sensex extended gains for the second day in a row and closed 134.32 points or 0.25% higher at 52,904.05. The broader Nifty50 index ended the day at 15,853.95, up 41.60 points or 0.26%. Foreign portfolio investors sold Indian equities worth Rs 1,304 crore in the cash segment on a provisional basis and bought Rs 201 crore in the futures & options segment. They increased their net long in index futures to 71% vs 70% on the previous day. That’s above the July average of 67%. Domestic institutions bought Indian equities worth Rs 1336 crore in the cash market. ,football-studs-nivia
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