Sensex opens 104 points up in early trade
The Bombay Stock Exchange benchmark Sensex gained 104 points in the morning trade on Thursday on emergence of buying by funds owing to attractive share prices.
The BSE-30 share index opened at 15,022.87 points, up 87.10 points from Wednesday's close of 14,935.77. The index which, tanked 615 points on Wednesday, gained 104 points at 15,040.34 points in few minutes of trading.
The wide base National Stock Exchange's Nifty was up by 29.30 points at 4,375.15.
Marketmen said the market rebounded on buying by funds in heavyweight stocks, which had gone down due to weak overseas trend.
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