Foreign investors buy shares worth Rs 2,526.97 cr during the week
The S&P BSE Mid-Cap index dropped 1266.49 points or 7.10 per cent to settle at 16,574.70
Foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) and foreign institutional investors (FIIs) bought shares worth Rs 2,526.97 crore during the week, as per Sebi's record including the provisional figure of February 02, 2018.
The S&P BSE Mid-Cap index dropped 1266.49 points or 7.10 per cent to settle at 16,574.70. The S&P BSE Small-Cap index dropped 1494.65 points or 7.73 per cent to settle at 17,847.53. Both these indices underperformed the Sensex.
Among sectoral and industry indices, realty fell by 8.53 percent followed by consumer durables 7.10 per cent, healthcare 6.40 per cent, PSU 5.25 per cent, power 5.04 per cent, metal 4.28 per cent, bankex 3.77 per cent, oil&gas 3.53 per cent, capital goods 3.37 per cent, FMCG 2.30 per cent, IPO 2.16 per cent, teck 2.01 per cent, auto 1.78 per cent and IT 1.53 per cent.
Among the 31-share Sensex pack, 24 stocks fell and remaining 7 stocks rose during the week.
Dr Reddy was the top sensex loser last week. The stock fell by 15.25 per cent,
Tata Steel lost 12.91 per cent. The company announced at the fag end of the trading session on 2 February 2018, that it concluded the acquisition of 74 per cent stake in Bhubaneshwar Power (BPPL) from JL Power Ventures for Rs 255 crore.
It was followed by Axis Bank 7.95 per cent, Bharti Artl 7.69 per cent, ONGC 7.59 per cent, ICICI Bank 6.56 per cent, Tata Motors DVR 6.16 per cent, Reliance 6.10 per cent, SBI 5.19 per cent and Sun Pharma 5.09 per cent.
However, Auto major Mahindra & Mahindra (M&M) rose 1.73 per cent. The company said its total auto sales rose 32 per cent to 52,048 units in January 2018 over January 2017. Domestic sales rose 33 per cent to 49,432 units while exports rose 15 per cent to 2,616 units in January 2018 over January 2017.
Hero MotoCorp rose 1.51 per cent. The company announced during trading session on 2 February 2018, that its total sales rose 31 per cent to 6.41 lakh units in January 2018 over January 2017.
It was followed by Indus Ind Bank 1.33 per cent, TCS 1.00 per cent and HUL 0.20 per cent.
The total turnover during the week on BSE rose to Rs 28,417.75 crs as against last weekend's level of Rs 22,625.37 crores and NSE moved up to 1,96,972.94 crores compared to Rs 1,66,288.96 crores previously.