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Sensex, Nifty rose on Tuesday amid choppy trade led by financial and IT stocks, but the gains were capped as material stocks such as Vedanta stumbled on losses in Chinese iron ore prices. IT stocks rose after three sessions of falls, with the Nifty IT index up over 1 per cent. Infosys advanced 1.7 per cent, while Tech Mahindra rose over 4 per cent. Meanwhile, metal stocks slipped as Chinese iron ore prices fell further, a day after posting their biggest daily drop in almost 10 months. The Nifty metal index fell as much as 2.5 per cent in intra-day deals but later trimmed ...

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Indices end higher after a choppy session, Nifty hold 10100; IT stocks gain

Market rundown by Nikhil Kamath, Co-Founder and Head of Trading, Zerodha   Markets opened lower in  trade Tuesday on the back of weaker global cues; the downtick was soon bought into with markets rallying post 10 am to close up for the session overall. Banks were weak in trade today, with public sector banks underperforming again, Oil marketing companies were weak in trade today, whereas auto and metals were the best performers of the session.   Overall markets seem to have reached oversold territory in the short term, and we would recommend entering fresh positions at this juncture with a long-term view towards portfolio building."

Indices end higher after a choppy session, Nifty hold 10100; IT stocks gain

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Indices end higher after a choppy session, Nifty hold 10100; IT stocks gain

Most active stocks by value COMPANY PRICE() CHG() CHG(%) VALUE( CR) TATA STEEL 593.45 18.40 3.20 68.23 INFOSYS 1161.30 14.15 1.23 61.14 EDELWEISS.FIN. 253.65 0.30 0.12 56.69 KOTAK MAH. BANK 1047.10 -4.25 -0.40 55.34 ICICI BANK 291.80 -3.20 -1.08 53.66

First Published: Tue, March 20 2018. 15:30 IST
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Sensex, Nifty rose on Tuesday amid choppy trade led by financial and IT stocks, but the gains were capped as material stocks such as Vedanta stumbled on losses in Chinese iron ore prices. IT stocks rose after three sessions of falls, with the Nifty IT index up over 1 per cent. Infosys advanced 1.7 per cent, while Tech Mahindra rose over 4 per cent. Meanwhile, metal stocks slipped as Chinese iron ore prices fell further, a day after posting their biggest daily drop in almost 10 months. The Nifty metal index fell as much as 2.5 per cent in intra-day deals but later trimmed ...

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