The BSE benchmark Sensex on Thursday closed, registering a better growth during the beginning of the day as well as a signifying a good surge across the global markets. Sensex and Nifty have lost all the all-time alliances due to strong sales in banking, capital goods, oil and gas and energy production companies. After the day's trading, the Sensex closed at 30251, registering an increase of just 3 points. The Nifty, on the other hand, closed at 15 points higher at 9422.
The Sensex reached the highest level of 30366 during the day however it Sensex lost its 115-point lead after selling in shares of certain companies. Shares of 29 companies in the Nifty ended on the lower side by 50 points, while 22 companies closed down.
The weakening of the European market has however placed pressure on the domestic market. In the half-hour of the closure of the market, there was a strong sale of shares for the sectors of banking, capital goods, oil and gas and power generation companies. This led to the loss of all the allies by the Sensex. This was sold in shares of midcaps and smallcaps.