The stock market opens firm with BSE benchmark Sensex climbing over 215 points to regain the 14,000 level on funds buying.
The benchmark Sensex surges by nearly 170 points on buying by funds in heavy-weight stocks, led by banking shares.
Sensex on Wednesday closes above the 14,000 mark after a gap of 8 sessions at 14,127.31 points, reports Vyas Mohan.
BSE-30 share index, Sensex, flares up by another 172.40 points, or 1.22 per cent to close the session at 14,299.71.
Sensex advances 115 points due to brisk buying by funds even as the index heavy-weight Reliance Industries surged to set a new peak at Rs. 1761.55.
Many mid-caps are rallying after a full year of underperformance. The point about these stocks, though, is that they can cover a year's distance in 10 days, writes Udayan Mukherjee.
The Nifty scales a new peak during intra-day trade, but slips to 4,256.50 at closing, reports Vyas Mohan.
Sensex ends higher by 133.08 points largely on the back of strong rally in consumer durable goods, reports Vyas Mohan.
The rupee weakens against the US currency and is quoted lower by about 3.50 paise in late morning dealings on some demand for dollar by banks.
The BSE benchmark Sensex closes higher by over 39 points on account of recovery in select heavy-weight stocks as funds resumed buying.
The benchmark Sensex falls further by 122 points on sustained selling by funds to liquidate part of their positions.
The Nikkei average rises 0.68 per cent with auto shares and high-tech exporters such as Kyocera Corp rising following gains in US stocks and a weakening of the yen.
The Bombay Stock Exchange benchmark index Sensex opens lower by over 26 points on emergence of profit selling by retail investors.
The Bombay Stock Exchange benchmark Sensex falls by over 30 points in early trading on heavy profit selling by funds.
The Sensex remains bullish on the BSE on brisk buying by funds in cement, banking and capital goods segments.