Domestic equities opened on a firm note Friday as the benchmark BSE Sensex surged over 150 points on the back of continued foreign fund inflow and appreciating rupee.
The equity benchmark Sensex dived about 346 points owing to an intense fag-end selling mainly in auto and energy stocks as fresh worries about weakening rupee and rising crude oil prices resurfaced.
BSE Sensex regained the 35,000-mark by recovering over 200 points at the start of the last trading session of the Samvat year 2074 on buying in auto, banking and metal stocks amid fresh foreign fund inflows and encouraging corporate earnings.
Benchmark BSE Sensex dropped 61 points and settled below the 35,000 mark, tracking weak Asian stocks amid uncertainty around the China-US trade war and fall in rupee.
Sensex slipped below the 35,000-mark by dropping over 100 points to 34,911.11 in early trade after banking, metal and auto stocks declined following weak global cues and profit-booking.
The BSE benchmark Sensex Friday soared over 413 points to 34,845.15 and the NSE Nifty raced past 10,500 on widespread gains amid fresh foreign fund inflows, fall in global crude prices and rising rupee.
BSE benchmark Sensex soared over 413 points to 34,845.15 and the NSE Nifty raced past 10,500 on widespread gains amid fresh foreign fund inflows, fall in global crude prices and rising rupee.
Two-wheeler major Hero MotoCorp Thursday reported 16.4 per cent rise in total sales at 7,34,668 units for October.
Mixed corporate earnings, along with heightened chances of a US interest rate hike and fears of a slowdown in global economic growth, dragged the key indices of Indian stock market in the red during the just concluded weekly trade session.
The country's largest two-wheeler maker Hero MotoCorp reported a maginal dip in its standalone profit after tax to Rs 976.28 crore for the second quarter ended September 30, 2018.