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Indian stock markets made some recovery today snapping previous losses.
At 10:00 a. m., the 30-share index BSE Sensex was ruling 110.96 points up (0.61%) to trade at 18,343.02 with 23 components in the green.
In the meantime, the broad-based Nifty gained 40.05 points (0.73%) to trade at 5,513.15 with 41 components registered gains.
The BSE Sensex belled the day on a positive note at 18,266.61, up 34.55 points (0.19%), whereas the Nifty began with an increase of 18.90 points (0.35%) at 5,492.00.
The top gainers in the Sensex pack comprised HDFC Bank (1.33%), Wipro (1.68%), DLF (1.84%), Bajaj Auto (1.29%), ITC (1.63%) and Housing Development Finance Corporation (1.26%).
In contrast, the major losers' list consisted of Oil & Natural Gas Corporation (1.56%), M&M (1.44%), Rel Comm (1.37%), Cipla (1.27%), Bharti Airtel (0.52%), and NTPC (0.45%) were the biggest losers in the Sensex.
Among sectoral indices, the Realty index remained at 2,155.84 after gaining 31.51 points accompanied by the FMCG index, which ruled at 3,816.79, up by 43.59 points, the IPO index gained 18.98 points to trade at 1,793.70 and the Bankex index remained up by 127.57 points to trade at 12,409.21.
The overall market breadth remained optimistic with 1,307 advancements as compared to 564 declinations.