The NSE Nifty extended its rally for the second straight session, rising by 91 points to 10,605.15 on broad-based buying mainly in metal, auto, media and energy.
Nifty shed 106 points to close at 10,430, hit by losses in sectors like metal, energy, realty and private banks amid continued foreign fund outflows and rising concerns over global crude oil prices.
Reversing its five-session fall, the NSE Nifty today recovered by 20 points to end at 10,536.70, helped by mild buying in some of the recently beaten-down stocks.
Continuing its downfall for a fifth straight session, NSE Nifty today declined by 79.70 points to end at 10,516.70 as the political situation in Karnataka left investors uneasy.
Asian stocks edged up as investors kept a cautious watch on developments in US-China trade negotiations, with the dollar perched 5-month peak.
Extending losses for the third straight day, the NSE Nifty fell by over 58 points due to continued selling in some key sectors.
Nifty dropped by 60.75 pts to end at 10,741.10 in a volatile session as uncertainties around govt formation in Karnataka and growing geopolitical tensions in Korean peninsula hurt investor sentiment.
Asian stock markets dipped after Pyongyang abruptly called off talks with Seoul, throwing a US-North Korean summit into doubt, while surging bond yields revived worries.
NSE benchmark Nifty shed its early strong gains to end almost flat after the BJP fell short of a simple majority in Karnataka elections.
Asian stocks pulled back, brushing off a firmer Wall Street lead and pausing a recent rally, as investors remained cautious about key economic and political risks.
Bags EPC packages of Purvanchal Expressway in Uttar pradesh of Rs 1738 Cr
Approved buyback of 29 Lk shares amounting Rs 200.2 Cr
Tamil Nadu Pollution Control Board ordered disconnection of electricity
Disconnection is applicable for copper smelter unit-I at Thoothukudi district
Order requires closure of unit with immediate effect
Thoothukudi copper smelter unit has not been operating since Mar 27
Launched Silver Options, Total Traded Contract Value at Rs 34.36 Cr
Option Positions are physically settled & are European Style Options
Enters into merger talks with NSE For Universal Exchange Framework: Business Standard Reports
R Damani sells 0.8% Stake at Rs 1360.2/Sh
Deal Value at Rs 643 Cr