Investing.com – The Indian Stock Exchange closed with mixed results on Wednesday; sector gains, and drove indices higher, while losses in sectors, and drove indices lower. At the close of the NSE, the index was up 0.01% to hit a new all-time high, while the index lost 0.05%. The best performers of the session on the was Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd. (NS :), which rose 6.22% or 48.50 points to trade at 828.35 at the close. Meanwhile, Adani Port and Special Economic Zone Ltd (NS :), advanced 4.97%, 25.40 points, to close at 536.65, and State Bank Of India (NS :), which rose 4.89 %, 14.30 points, until dismissing the session at 306.80. The worst results of the session were Housing Development Finance Corporation Ltd (NS :), which fell 2.79%, or 76.65 points, to settle at 2,670.90 at the close. Bajaj Finance Ltd (NS 🙂 fell 2.76%, 139.30 points, to close at 4902.90 and Shree Cements Ltd. (NS 🙂 fell 2.53%, 642.70 points, ending at 24726 , 40. Top performers on the BSE Sensex 30 were Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd. (BO 🙂 which rose 6.24% to 828.65, State Bank Of India (BO 🙂 which rose 4.80% to 306.70 and ITC Ltd (BO 🙂 which gained 2.35% to close at 211.25. The worst performers were Bajaj Finance Ltd (BO :), which fell 3.03% to 4890.20 in the last session, Housing Development Finance Corporation Ltd (BO 🙂 which lost 2.76% to settle at 2670.25 and Bajaj Finserv Ltd (BO 🙂 which fell 1.91% to 8,795.00 at the close. The declining shares outnumbered those advancing on the Indian National Stock Exchange in 1115 to 546 and 60 ended unchanged; on the Bombay Stock Exchange, 1762 fell and 1177 advanced, while 138 ended unchanged. Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd. (NS 🙂 shares rose to 52-week highs; up to 6.22% or 48.50 to 828.35. Adani Port and Special Economic Zone Ltd (NS 🙂 shares rose to record highs; gaining 4.97% or 25.40 to 536.65. Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd. (BO 🙂 shares rose to 52-week highs; increasing 6.24% or 48.65 to 828.65. The, which measures the implied volatility of the Nifty 50 options, rose 1.95% to 23.2925, a new high in a month. Gold Futures for February delivery was up 0.53% or 9.85 to $ 1,854.05 a troy ounce. Elsewhere in the commodity trade, crude oil for February delivery rose 0.28% or 0.15 to $ 53.36 a barrel, while the March Brent oil contract was up 0.19% or 0.11 to trade at $ 56.69 a barrel. USD / INR was down 0.05% to 73.183, while EUR / INR was down 0.27% to 89.1265. US dollar index futures were up 0.15% to 90.203.
Shares in India changed at close of business; Nifty 50 Up 0.01% By Investing.com
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