MUMBAI: Equity benchmark sensex jumped over 200 points in the opening session on Wednesday monitoring good points in index majors Reliance Industries, HDFC Bank and Axis Bank, regardless of weak development in international markets.
The 30-share BSE index was buying and selling 207 points or 0.42 per cent greater at 49,958.41.
Similarly, the broader NSE Nifty was quoting 69.35 points or 0.47 per cent up at 14,777.15.
Axis Bank was the highest gainer in the sensex pack, rising round 2 per cent, adopted by Bajaj Finance, SBI, Reliance Industries, ONGC and ExtremelyTech Cement.
On the opposite hand, TCS, PowerGrid, Infosys, HUL and Tech Mahindra had been among the many laggards.
In the earlier session, sensex ended 7.09 points or 0.01 per cent greater at 49,751.41, and Nifty settled 32.10 points or 0.22 per cent up at 14,707.80.
Foreign institutional buyers (FIIs) had been internet sellers in the capital market as they offloaded shares price Rs 1,569.04 crore on Tuesday, as per alternate information.
Domestic equities look to be good for the time being regardless of blended cues from Asian markets, stated Binod Modi Head-Strategy at Reliance Securities.
“FIIs turning net sellers for last two days can be a reason to worry in the near term. However, we continue to believe that FIIs flow should be favourable in the medium to long-term perspective as underlying strength of Indian equities remains intact,” he added.
US equities witnessed sharp reversal from preliminary losses and completed principally greater as Fed Chairman Jerome Powell continued to sound dovish in his testimony.
Powell vowed to maintain financial coverage accommodative and gave no indication that rising bond yields or risk of greater inflation would make the Federal Reserve start reining in its efforts to assist the economic system, Modi famous.
Elsewhere in Asia, bourses in Shanghai, Hong Kong, Seoul and Tokyo had been buying and selling on a damaging be aware in mid-session offers.
Meanwhile, the worldwide oil benchmark Brent crude was buying and selling 0.56 per cent decrease at $64.12 per barrel.