Indian stock market indices ended the trading session marginally in red on Tuesday on account of the selling pressure weighed in in front line blue-chip stocks, in spite of strong trend international markets.
The Sensex closed at 40,248-marks, lower by 54-pts after moving in a range of 40,053.55 and 40,466.55.
The top gainers on the Nifty were Bajaj Finance, Bharti Infratel, Yes bank, UPL and Bharti Airtel. On the other hand, the top losers in the index were Zeel, IndusInd bank, Ultatvh Cement and Sun Pharma.
Only one sectoral indices which rose on the NSE, is Nifty FMCG, whereas all the rest sectoral gauges ended in the red.
Media slipped 1.44%, Pharma Shed 1.1% and PSU Bank slipped 0.83% were among top sectoral losers.
Among the quarterly result-oriented stocks, Tech Mahindra gained at Rs.774.50-per share, up by Rs.5/- from the previous closing on the NSE. The Company reported a profit at Rs.1124-cr, up 17.2% year on year, while Revenue scaled at Rs9,070-cr, up 4.8% year-on-year. For Free stocktips visit our website.
Titan company slipped at Rs.1284.40-per share, down by Rs.14.40 or 1.11% from the previous closing. The Company reported a profit at Rs320-cr, up 1.8% year on year, while Revenue scaled at Rs4,435cr, up.9%, year-on-year.
Shares in Berger Paints slipped at Rs.500.10-per share, down by Rs.3.25 from the previous closing. The Company reported a profit at Rs.195cr up 67% while Revenue jumped at Rs.1,599cr, up 7% year-on-year. Get best stock Future Option Tips from the experts.