Sensex closes 180 pts up at 2-year high on RBI rate cut hopes, Maruti Suzuki in limelight

Jan 25 2013, 19:14 IST
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Sensex spurted by 179.75 points, or 0.90 per cent to end at 20,103.53. (Reuters) Sensex spurted by 179.75 points, or 0.90 per cent to end at 20,103.53. (Reuters)
SummarySensex was helped by Tata Motors, Maruti, SBI, L&T and HDFC Bank shares.

yen. Singapore shares also ended better.

However, European markets were quoting higher in the afternoon trade. The DAX was up by 1 per cent, the CAC by 0.37 per cent and the FTSE by 0.09 per cent.

Back home, 23 scrips out of the Sensex pack finished with gains while the remaining seven declined. Among other major gainers from Sensex were Sun Pharma (2.62 pc), Cipla (1.37 pc), ONGC (1.40 pc), L&T (1.37 pc), HUL (1.37 pc), Gail India (1.29 pc) and Dr Reddy's Lab (1.02 pc).

Among losers, Tata Power dropped by 1.03 per cent and CIL by 0.73 per cent. RIL and HDFC also lost 0.27 per cent each.

In the sectoral indices, the BSE-Realty rose by 4.42 per cent, followed by BSE-Auto (2.19 pc), BSE-CD (1.71 pc), BSE-Metal (1.56 pc), BSE-HC (1.50 pc), BSE-CG (1.34 pc), BSE-PSU (1.24 pc) and BSE-Bankex (1.17 pc).

Market breadth turned positive as 1,663 stocks ended higher while 1,214 scrips finished lower. Total market turnover dropped to Rs 2,363.58 crore from Rs 2,565.55 crore yesterday.

Meanwhile, Foreign Institutional Investors (FIIs) bought shares worth Rs 1,026.31 crore yesterday, as per provisional data from the stock exchanges.

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