BSE Sensex, NSE Nifty slip from record-high as Iraq turmoil fires-up oil prices

Jun 14 2014, 16:49 IST
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The BSE-Midcap and BSE-Smallcap indices also closed down by 1.79-1.02 per cent. Reuters The BSE-Midcap and BSE-Smallcap indices also closed down by 1.79-1.02 per cent. Reuters
SummaryThe benchmark BSE Sensex was hit by a sudden spike in crude oil prices despite the country reporting positive macro economic indicators during the week.

rose 6.27 per cent, followed by Infosys (6.06 per cent), Bajaj Auto (5.94 per cent), Sun Pharma (4.76 per cent), Cipla (4.69 per cent), Wipro (4.21 per cent), Dr Reddy's Lab (4.13 per cent), HDFC (4.11 per cent) and HDFC Bank (2.53 per cent).

Among the S&P BSE sectoral indices, Realty dropped 6.26 per cent, followed by Oil & Gas (5.22 per cent), Metal (4.60 per cent), Power (4.54 per cent) and Bankex (2.69 per cent) while IT rose 5.89 per cent, HC (4.13 per cent) and Teck (3.59 per cent).

Total market turnover on the BSE and the NSE rose to Rs 23,388.26 crore and Rs 1,15,538.14 crore, respectively from the last weekend's level of Rs 22,255.15 crore and Rs 1,12,965.06 crore, respectively.

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