Sensex up around 150 points; banking, FMCG shares lead gains


Markets Live: Sensex up around 150 points; banking, FMCG shares lead gains

Indian shares closed higher for the third consecutive session on Wednesday
Indian shares closed higher for the third consecutive session on Wednesday


  • Midcap and smallcap stocks struggled today
  • Global markets were muted today amid concerns over global growth


NEW DELHI: Indian stocks markets recovered in afternoon trade, led by gains in banking and FMCG stocks. Sensex rose over 150 points while Nifty rose 0.20% to 11,081. Midcap and smallcap stocks, which had logged strong gains over the past few days, struggled today. The BSE midcap and smallcap indices were mostly flat.

NEW DELHI: Among the banking stocks, shares of state-run banks were in the limelight. PNB and Bank of Baroda rose over 3% while SBI gained nearly 1%.

NEW DELHI: ITC rose 1.6% while Britannia gained 1% to lead gains in FMCG stocks.

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