It was a lacklustre trading session on Thursday, with indices trading in a narrow range. After opening higher and swinging between gains and losses, Sensex and Nifty ended marginally lower.
The market gained for the fourth straight day, with both Sensex and Nifty hitting record highs during the day.
Equity traders are betting big on a smooth sailing for the BJP in the state elections, but any negative surprises could trigger a major selling off in the market.
The market witnessed a highly volatile session of trade, with benchmark indices ending in the negative territory.
Fund raising through new offerings has hit an all-time high of Rs 70,000 crore so far this year.
After three days of gains, the market witnessed profit-booking with the key indices ending lower.
The market ended with modest gains after a range-bound session on the back of positive global cues.
The year 2017 has been a phenomenal one for stock investors.
The government initiative to tax developers, forcing them from hoarding inventories in anticipation of hardening prices, is likely to have far reaching impact on the real estate sector.
Indian retail sector could see further M&A activity as the sector is going through a consolidation face with businesses getting realigned, says Kishore Biyani Future Group chai