Sensex recovers more than 200 points in early trading

Mumbai, May 7 () The BSE Sensex Benchmark Recovered Over 200 Points Tuesday, Led By Profits In Banking And IT Stocks Despite Weak Global Signals. The 30-share Index Traded 169.69 Points, Or 0.44 Percent, Higher At 38 770.03. Similarly, De Broeder NSE Rose Nifty With 38.70 Points, Or 0.33 Percent, With 11.636.95. Top Winners In The Early Session Were Vedanta, Coal India, Hero MotoCorp, TCS, SBI, Tata Steel, Axis Bank, PowerGrid, Yes Bank, Tata Motors, HUL, ICICI Bank, HDFC Bank, And Infosys, And Rise Up To 1.83 Percent. On The Other Hand, IndusInd Bank, ONGC, RIL, Sun Pharma, HCL Tech And Bharti Airtel Stood Out At Up To 1.92 Percent. In The Previous Monday Session, The BSE Rate Reached 38,600.34, A Decrease Of 362.92 Points Or 0.93 Percent. The Broader NSE Nifty Finished The Day At 11,598.25 And Lost 114 Points Or 0.97 Percent. According To Traders, Bank And IT Shares Have Lifted Investor Sentiment Despite Jerky Signals From Other Global Markets. Meanwhile, Foreign Institutional Investors (FIIs) Monday Sold A Share Value Of Rs 948.98 Crore, While Domestic Institutional Investors (DIIs) Bought Shares For An Amount Of Rs 89.89 Crore, Preliminary Data Available With Stocks. Elsewhere In Asia Trade Fairs In Shanghai, Hong Kong, Tokyo And Seoul Traded On A Mixed Tone. On Wall Street, The Indices Of S & P500 And Nasdaq Composite Ended Monday In Red. At The Plane Of Currency, The Rupee Traded At 69.40 Against The US Dollar. Brent Crude Futures, Global Oil Benchmark, Were Trading 0.21 Per Cent Lower At USD 71.09 Per Barrel ANS ANS

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