Late buying pressure helps Sensex recover


Mumbai: Indian shares ended flat on Tuesday, rebounding from earlier losses on the back of a late rally in metals and mining stocks such as Jindal Steel and Power Ltd that had lagged the index in recent weeks.That late spurt helped indexes recover from earlier disappointment, when the NSE index had fallen as much as 0.8 per cent, led by a decline in lenders after the Reserve Bank of India left interest rates on hold.The BSE index rose 0.04 per cent or 12.13 points to end at 28,516.59, while the NSE index ended flat at 8,660.30.

Leading stock exchange BSE has decided to shift stocks of 41 companies to the restricted trading segment from Thursday to ensure safety in capital markets and safeguard the interest of investors.Another leading bourse National Stock Exchange (NSE) will also move seven securities to this category.

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