Sensex Gains 152 Points On Fund Buying
Mumbai: Not caring about the worldwide movement, the benchmark Sensex opened up higher by more than 152 points on the Bombay Stock Exchange today on buying by funds in select counters.
The 30-share index, Sensex that missed more than 85 points in previous day's trading, sprang up by 152.09 points at 14,316.07, in the first five minutes of trade.
In the same way, the wide-based National Stock Exchange climbed up by 49.35 points at 4,164.30, while the Asian stock markets exhibited a feeble trend.
The Asian stock markets comprising Japan, Hong Kong and Singapore opened on a weak note on foreign funds abbreviating their holding in these markets.