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After a good run-up in the past few weeks, the growth trajectory finally slowed down and both the benchmark indices closed with moderate gains during this week. Realty again topped the gainer's pack and smallcap stocks outperformed midcap and largecap stocks. The numbers are following: the Sensex was up 0.3% and Nifty was up 0.2%. The CNX Midcap index was up 2% while BSE Smallcap index was up 5% over the week. BSE IT up 0.6%, BSE Auto up 0.5%, BSE Realty up 2.6%, BSE Bankex up 0.8% and BSE Metal up 0 » Send to friends
4:15 PM - Credit growth is picking up in India but there is a genuine inflation pressure in the country and is likely to reach its pick in Q3, says Robert Subbaraman of Nomura on CNBC TV18. There is a growing demand of high protein food in the country but it requires a lot of investment in agriculture which is yet to take place, he adds. He further says that RBI is likely to remain hawkish and there can be more interest rate hike in future. » Send to friends
4:04 PM - The markets registered sharp decline today after a good run-up in the past few weeks. Interest sensitive sectors like realty and auto were particularly out of favour today and giving them company was oil & gas that finally took a beating after being resilient for a few days in the past. Midcap and smallcap stocks also lost substantially today to make the market breadth close negative. The Sensex closed at 19451, down 139 points from its previous close, and Nifty shut shop at 5842, down 44 points. The CNX Midcap index was down 1.5% and the BSE Smallcap index was down 1.4%. The market breadth was negative with advances at 309 against declines of