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Sensex sheds over 149 points midway

business Updated: Jul 05, 2007 14:34 IST

Profit selling snapped a four-day rising spree at mid-session on the Bombay Stock Exchange on Thursday as the benchmark Sensex shed over 149 points on fall in prices of reality, cement and refinery stocks.

Jul 25, 1990: touched 4-digits for the first time and closed at 1,001

Jan 15, 1992: crossed 2,000-mark, closed at 2,020

Feb 29, 1992: surged past the 3,000 mark

Mar 30, 1992: crossed 4,000-mark, closed at 4,091

Oct 11, 1999: crossed 5,000-mark

Feb 11, 2000: crossed 6,000-mark, hit new high of 6,006

June 21, 2005: crossed 7,000 pts for the first time

Sep 8, 2005: crossed 8000 level

Dec 9, 2005: touched 9000.32 in mid-session

Feb 7, 2006: touched 10,003 pts in mid-session, closed above 10K

Mar 27, 2006: crossed 11,000, touched 11,001 pts

Apr 20, 2006: crossed 12,000, touched 12,004 pts

Oct 30, 2006: crossed 13,000 and closed at 13,024.26.

Dec 5, 2006: crossed 14,000, touched 14028 in early trade

The Sensex, which had been on upward march for the last four straight trading sessions, fell by 149.02 points at 14,731.22 at 1300 hrs, after touching an intra-day record high of 14,963.26.

Similarly, the National Stock Exchange index Nifty lost 47.50 points at 4,311.80. It also set an intra-day peak at 4,378.55 in early trade.

Marketmen said the trading sentiment turned bearish as investors and funds indulged in booking profits at existing higher levels, when Sensex came close to the 15,000 points mark.

Analysts said that realty stocks were down after the just-listed shares of DLF Ltd fell back to Rs 540 at noon against the market expectations of Rs 570.

The offered price of the DLF Ltd stock was Rs 525. The profit selling activity was more at high flying counters like Reliance Industries, ACC and Tata Steel.

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