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BSE Sensex 60 Points Up In Early Trade

Bombay Stock ExchangeThe BSE Sensex or Bombay Stock Exchange Sensitive Index, or more popularly SENSEX surged by over 60 points to scale yet another high of 15,106.25 points in early trade today on sustained buying by funds in heavy-weight stocks.

Closed at 15,045.73 gaining over 81 points yesterday, The BSE-30 share Sensex gathered another 60.52 points to rise to the record intra-session high of 15,106.73 in the first five minutes of trading.

Roman Tarmat debuts with gain of Rs 120

Roman Tarmat Ltd.Today, the shares of Mumbai-based construction company Roman Tarmat listed (July 9) on the NSE and the BSE.

Shares of the company opened up at a premium of Rs 120.00, or 68.57%, at Rs 295.00, greater than the issue price of Rs 175.00, at the Bombay Stock Exchange. The overall volume of shares traded was 1,667,036.

Market Opens Above 15k Mark

Bombay Stock ExchangeThe 30-share BSE Sensex continues to trade firm after opening positively at 15,018.71. It touched a high of 15,075.30. The stocks from IT and auto led the advances.

Asian markets boosted in the early trading sessions on signs of rising economic growth in Japan and South Korea and also because of the increase in the prices of oil.

Sensex’s Weekly Gains

BSE SensexThe BSE Sensex made 313.61 points during last week.

New Orders Backs Stone India To Its Previous Track

Stone India LimitedStone India ascended 5.95% to Rs 188.90 on getting orders from Indian

Technology Stocks Turn Hard Prior To Infy Results

Infosys TechnologiesMumbai: Tech stocks became more potent earlier than Infosys results on Wednesday. Fresh buying was seen in Infosys, Satyam, Wipro and Tata Consultancy and this is expected to carry on for a moment.

In early trading, Infosys was up 1.30 per cent to Rs 1,997.79, Satyam benefited 1.25 per cent to Rs 494 and TCS was up 0.80 per cent to Rs 1,168.15 on the NSE.

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