Market ends on a flat note; Nifty at 5700 level

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Mumbai, Jan 11: Market dipped in last one hour of trade due to selling in heavyweights like Reliance Industries, TCS, Infosys & Bharti Airtel. The Nifty dropped about 140 points and held 5700 level and the BSE Sensex shed over 400 points.

At 4:40 pm, BSE Sensex was at 19,196.34 down 27.78 points and Nifty was at 5754.10 down 8.75 points.

Top gainers were Hindalco Tech up 3.53 percent, HCL Tech up 3.30 percent, Reliance Comm up 3.14 percent and Bajaj Auto 2.56 percent.

Top lossers were Suzlon Energy down 3.94 percent, TCS down 2.86 percent, Jaiprakash Asso down 2.77 percent and Infosys down 2.06 percent.

Market continues on +ve note

Financial, capital goods, metal (barring SAIL), power, cement, ONGC, FMCG, and telecom companies' shares supported benchmark Nifty to hold 5800 level

At 2:30 pm, BSE Sensex was at 19323.23 up 99.11 points and Nifty was at 5798.30 up 35.45 points.

Nifty holds 5800 level; Sensex gains over 150 points

The benchmark Nifty held at 5800 level and the BSE Sensex regained over 150 points.

Telecom, cement and healthcare stocks were also on buyers' radar. However, about 10 shares namely TCS, SAIL, Infosys, ITC, DLF, Cairn, BPCL, Maruti, Wipro and IDFC were under selling pressure.

At 12:14 pm, BSE Sensex was at 19283.12 up 59 points and Nifty was at 5786.15 up 23.30 points.

Sensex dips more than 150 points

The Sensex dipped about 150 points. Private financial, realty, L&T and technology companies' shares were witnessing selling pressures.

At 10:20 pm, BSE Sensex was at 19366.69 up 142 points and Nifty was at 5800.00 up 37.15 points.

However, indices were getting support from oil & gas, telecom, auto, power, cement and select metal companies' shares along with BHEL.

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