Mumbai, Apr 13 : Benchmark index of Bombay Stock Exchange fell 95.12 points or 0.24 percent to settle at 38,767.11 in the week under review after the International Monetary Fund (IMF) lowered global economic growth outlook.
Investors were also cautious ahead of the onset of Q4 results, while voting for the first phase of the 2019 Lok Sabha elections began on Thursday, April 11, 2019.
The Nifty 50 index fell 22.50 points or 0.19 pc to settle at 11,643.45.
The BSE Mid-Cap fell 82.91 points or 0.53 pc to settle at 15,426.45. The BSE Small-Cap fell 23.69 points or 0.16 pc to settle at 15,022.18.
Key benchmarks settled with modest losses on Monday, April 8,2019, after a volatile session as investors shift their focus to Q4 March 2019 corporate earnings starting this week. The Sensex fell 161.70 points to settle at 38,700.53. Nifty too fell 61.45 points to settle at 11,604.50.
Key barometers settled with decent gains on Tuesday, April 9, 2019. The Sensex rose 238.69 points to settle at 38,939.22. Nifty rose 67.45 points to settle at 11,671.95.
Key equity indices witnessed steep decline on Wednesday, April 10, 2019, after the IMF lowered global economic growth outlook. The Sensex fell 353.87 points to settle at 38,585.35. The Nifty fell 87.65 points or 0.75 pc to settle at 11,584.30.
Shares ended with small gains on Thursday April 11, 2019, after a lackluster trading session. The Sensex rose 21.66 points to settle at 38,607.01. Nifty rose 12.40 points to settle at 11,596.70.
Key benchmark indices logged modest gains on Friday, April 12, 2019, on steady buying demand in index pivotals. Sensex rose 160.10 points at 38,767.11. Nifty rose 46.75 points at 11,643.45. (UNI)