Tata Steel was the top loser in the Sensex pack, shedding over 5 per cent, followed by Bajaj Auto, IndusInd Bank, M&M, Axis Bank and HDFC.
Sensex ended 69.33 points higher at 58,247 and Nifty advanced 24.70 points to its fresh closing record of 17,380.
On September 9, benchmark indices ended marginally higher amid weak global cues. Sensex closed 54.81 points higher at 58,305.07 and Nifty rose 15.75 points to settle at 17,369.25
All trading activity will remain closed in the equity, derivative and SLB segment of the market
On September 8, benchmark indices ended marginally lower amid weak global cues. Sensex closed 29.22 points lower at 58,250 and Nifty slipped 8.60 points to 17,353
Nestle India was the top Sensex loser, shedding 2.44 per cent, followed by Maruti, Bajaj Finserv, Bajaj Auto, TCS and L&T
Sensex climbed 277 points to its lifetime closing high of 58,129. It touched a record of 58,194 on an intra day basis
Total domestic sales dipped 7% to 1,72,595 units in August 2021 as against 185,879 units sold in August 2020, Bajaj Auto said
On August 20, benchmark indices closed lower for the second straight session, tracking a heavy sell-off in global markets. Sensex ended 300 points lower at 55,329 and Nifty lost 118 points to 16,450
Tata Steel was the top Sensex loser, plunging over 8 per cent, followed by SBI, Dr Reddy's, Kotak Bank, Sun Pharma, Bajaj Auto and L&T
Faced with a situation where manufacturers are pursuing demand for the chips from other industries, the question comes down to how much is the automotive industry willing to adapt in a highly disruptive market dynamic
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