The 30-share BSE Sensex ended 246.32 points, or 0.63 per cent, higher at 39,298.38. It hit an intra-day high of 39,361.06 and a low of 38,963.60.
After swinging 608 points in a volatile session, the 30-share Sensex ended 246.68 points, or 0.65 per cent, higher at 38,127.08. It hit an intra-day high of 38,345.41 and a low of 37,737.85.
Benchmark stock gauges Sensex and Nifty ended on a flat note on Tuesday as investors scrambled to book profits after a stellar two-day rally. After gyrating 393 points during the day, the 30-share index ended 7.11 points or 0.02 per cent higher, at 39,097.14.
Equity benchmark BSE Sensex jumped over 200 points in early session on Tuesday, driven by gains in index heavyweights RIL, Infosys, TCS and Maruti, amid positive domestic and global cues. Strong foreign fund inflow too buoyed market mood here, traders said.
The BSE Sensex and NSE Nifty 50 indices continued to fall on Tuesday for the second straight day as Sensex slumped 666.59 points, at 36,456.72.
Domestic equity benchmark BSE Sensex dropped below the 37,000 level, plunging over 400 points, in early trade on Tuesday tracking heavy selling in financial and auto stocks amid weak domestic and global cues.
Rising for a third straight session, the BSE benchmark Sensex Tuesday added another 166 points on the back of strong buying in banking, metal and energy stocks amid positive global cues.
Benchmark Sensex and Nifty on Monday closed at another record highs as a renewed sense of positivity continued to dictate investor sentiment ever since the BJP won a landslide victory in the Lok Sabha polls.
The benchmark BSE Sensex jumped 140 points on Wednesday, driven by gains in banking and auto stocks ahead of the general election results.
Market benchmark Sensex on Friday rose over 196 points to end at 36,064 and also posted its second straight weekly gains amid signs of easing tensions between India and Pakistan.
Reversing its initial recovery, the benchmark BSE Sensex slipped into the negative terrain in afternoon trade on Thursday amid concerns over the tension between India and Pakistan and weak Asian cues.
Continuing its fall for the sixth straight session on Thursday, the benchmark BSE Sensex dropped 158 points led by losses in IT, metal and energy stocks amid sustained foreign fund outflows and mixed global cues.
BSE benchmark Sensex zoomed over 650 points while the NSE Nifty reclaimed the 10,800 mark on Thursday on value buying in banking, auto, pharma, IT and FMCG stocks ahead of the Budget.
The benchmark BSE Sensex on Monday plunged over 368 points to close at 35,656.70 due to across-the-board selling on the bourse as market sentiment turned volatile days ahead of the Union Budget, which is widely believed to have some populist announcements.
Rising for the second straight day, the BSE benchmark Sensex jumped 157 points on Thursday amid expiry of December series derivatives contracts and positive global cues.
The 30-share Sensex gyrated over 500 points during the session, finally settling 373.06 points, or 1.07 per cent, higher at 35,354.08.
The BSE benchmark Sensex on 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.
The BSE Sensex rose over 100 points Thursday, but turned choppy after investors began booking profits at higher levels.
The BSE benchmark Sensex dropped over 200 points on Wednesday amid rising tension between the Reserve Bank of India and the government.