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Reacting sharply to the Sebi rejecting MCX's plea to be a full-fledged bourse, shares of the company tanked to a four-week low of Rs 1,242 on BSE.

Shares of the Mukesh Ambani-led company touched a low of Rs 1,009 at the BSE and was a major contributor in the broader index fall of 84 points.
Witnessing a smart move at the start of the session, bankex, healthcare, FMCG and auto indices touched their respective lifetime highs on the stock exchange.
The stock fell to its year-low on the Bombay Stock Exchange amid reports that the Delhi High Court has asked the troubled company to not sell its assets.

Ispat Industries jumped nearly 5 per cent on BSE, a day after the domestic steel maker entered into a stake sale deal with UK-based trading company Stemcor.

State Bank of India, the country's largest lender, rose 1.67 per cent to Rs 3,111.80, to emerge as the best performer in the Sensex-30 pack.
The overall buoyant sentiment in the auto sector helped the company surge to a lifetime high of Rs 1,067.50, making it the best performer in the sector.
The state-owned oil and gas company's scrip rallied over 2 per cent on news of it bidding for British Petroleum's Vietnam assets.
Shares of the oil and gas giant started the day on a strong note and gained as much as 2.32 per cent to touch an early high of Rs 1,433 on BSE.
Snapping its eight-day gaining streak, Infosys, the second most-valuable scrip on the Bombay Stock Exchange, fell nearly 2 per cent in early trade.
The auto company surged over 2 per cent to hit a new high, but erased its early gains to settle in a negative terrain, as the investors booked profits.

The stock jumped to an early high of Rs 983.70 on the back of completion of RIL's  Marcellus Shale gas asset deal with Carrizo Oil and Gas.