Ravalika Medipally January 3, 2015

On Friday, BSE Sensex and Nifty rise more than 1 percent on the sixth session in a row. Sensex made a benchmark flowed 380.36 points over in three weeks.

 BSE capital goods gained 1.67% followed by banking (1.66%), IT (1.20%) and power (1.17%). There are hitting the highest level in just three weeks and banking socks in limelight. Bank Nifty rose to 1.4 percent to its highest record of 19,010.60 that exceeds the previous peak of 18,923.60 hit on 23rd December.

Stock Market News! Investor anticipates the Indian PM Narendra Modi led the government to maintain with the huge improvement process while new purchases are seen ahead of the budget strategies alongside December quarter earnings while survey showing manufacturing activities expanded at its fastest pace in just 2 years in December.

BSE Sensex scored 1.16% to 27,826.11 as on December factory while the NSE Nifty adds up to 1.17 percent at 8,380.80.

“Banking sector rallied for the day with the hopes of some pro-industry outcome from the two-day conclave in Pune,” said Rakesh Goyal, Senior Vice President, Bonanza Portfolio.

When compared with previous year economic performance it is better in its growth. In Sensex from banking and financial space they led counters like HDFC, ICICI bank, axis bank where SBI increased to 0.4 percent, ICICI Bank added 2.8 percent, and HDFC Bank 1.4 percent.

“People have started building positions ahead of the Budget. Overseas investment flow is again expected to be firm. The recent correction has provided valuation comfort. We expect the momentum to continue,” said Suresh Parmar, head, institutional equities at KJMC Capital Markets.

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