Nifty reaches 5000; Sensex increases 250points

The main index were exchanging with strong profits helped by acquiring in indices heavyweights like Tata Steel, DLF, RIL, Jaiprakash Associates, HDFC Bank and Infosys. Positive European cues also drove the markets increased. Profits in Banking, Realty, Metal, Oil & Gas and Technology shares forced the markets increased. The broader index were also exchanging in the green.
Among the thirty Sensex shares, twenty two stocks were exchanging increased. DLF increased by 5.69 percent, pursued by Reliance Infrastructure raised by 4.77percent and Sun Pharma raise by 4.38 percent. The losers – Oil and Natural Gas Corporation decreased by 4.22 percent, pursued by L&T decreased by 1.36percent and ITC dropped 0.89 percent.
Among sectorals,

Bombay Stock Exchange Realty increased by 3.38 percent, Bombay Stock Exchange Metal raise by 2.93 percent and Bombay Stock Exchange Bankex raised by 1.67 percent. Bombay Stock Exchange CG decreased by 0.38 percent and Bombay Stock Exchange Fast moving consumer goods decreased by 0.30 percent.


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