The Nifty pared most of the intraday losses on the back of short coverings and closed above 4,900 on the expiry day of May F&O series. Losses were led by auto, banking and capital goods sectors while realty and technology stocks closed higher.
The Nifty closed at 4,939.40, down 11.35 points, or 0.23 percent. The 50-share index touched an intraday high of 4,949.25 and a low of 4,883.55.
The Sensex ended at 16,268.10, down 44.05 points, or 0.27 percent. The index touched an intraday high of 16,277.48 and a low of 16,086.06.
The BSE Midcap Index was up 0.58 percent and the BSE Smallcap Index was 0.54 percent lower.
Among sectoral indices, the BSE Auto Index fell 1.90 percent, the BSE Bankex was down 0.73 percent, the BSE Capital Goods Index declined 0.42 percent and the BSE Healthcare Index fell 0.18 percent. The BSE Realty Index was up 1.39 percent.
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Gold price opens lower in Hong Kong
The gold price in Hong Kong went down 180 HK dollars to open at 12,720 HK dollars per tael on Thursday, according to the Chinese Gold and Silver Exchange Society.
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Market Cap Indices Turn Red at Qatar Exchange
The QE index spending almost the entire session below the break even line witnessed a bearish trend on Thursday 23rd May 2013. The index dropping 37.28 points or 0.41 percent reached at 9,048.62 leve
Small Cap and Large Cap Push ADX Index Lower
The ADX General Index sustained its downward march and finished the session with a decline of 1.23 percent on Thursday 23rd May 2013 . The index dropped 43.02 points, closing at 3,460.36.
WEF to focus on challenges
Leaders from the Middle East and North Africa in business, economics and politics will focus on the aftermath of the Arab Spring as they gather for the World Economic Forum in Jordan this weekend.