Mumbai: Benchmark Nifty ended today's session with a modest gain of 47 points in see-saw trade, cheered by robust March-quarter results from private lender Yes Bank.
The April F&O derivative expiry day added to the volatility amid mixed global cues.
Buying was led by FMCG, Private Banks, IT, Energy, Auto and Financial Service counters.
It saw an intra-day movement of about 68.75 points.
Globally, there was a mixed trend in Asia and a higher opening in Europe as robust corporate earnings helped Wall Street calm concerns over the surge in US bond yields.
On the sectoral front, FMCG rose by 1.18 per cent, followed by Private Bank 1.14 per cent, IT 0.97 per cent, Bank 0.79 per cent, Energy 0.29 per cent, Auto 0.27 per cent, Finance Service 0.14 per cent and Metal 0.03 per cent.
However, PSU Bank fell by 1.17 per cent, Realty 0.69 per cent, Pharma 0.05 per cent and Media 0.02 per cent.
Major index gainers were Yes Bank 8.35 per cent, HUL 2.20 per cent, TCS 1.99 per cent, IndusInd Bank 1.85 per cent and Kotak Bank 1.53 per cent.
Losers included Bharti Infratel 2.87 per cent, Lupin 2.70 per cent, Bharti Airtel 2.54 per cent, Wipro 2.02 per cent and Dr Reddy's 1.94 per cent.
A total of 982 scrips declined, 796 advanced, while 76 remained unchanged. Total securities that hit their price bands were 179.
Turnover in the cash segment rose to Rs 41,585.85 crore, from Rs 32,815.01 crore yesterday.
A total of 17,022.61 lakh shares changed hands in 11,518,956 trades. The market capitalisation of listed firms on the NSE stood at Rs 1,49,29,655 crore.