Sensex gives 4.5 pc returns to investor in Sept so far

The benchmark index gained 713.11 points, or 4.58 per cent, in the first two weeks of the month to settle at 16,264.3 points on September 11.

The 30-share index lost 174.22 points at 14,300 levels, giving investors a negative return of 1.20 per cent, in the comparable period last year.

In terms of broader market performance, the Mid-cap and the Small-cap indices gave returns of 2.14 per cent and 3 per cent, respectively, during the first two weeks of September

Foreign institutional investors made net investment of Rs 2,086 crore in equities in the first two weeks of September, against a net outflow of Rs 2,935.90 crore in the comparable period last year.

Among sectoral indices, BSE metal index gave the biggest return of 11 per cent, while CD (3.41 per cent), Teck (3.40 per cent), CG (2.59 per cent), HC ( 2.21 per cent), Power (0.70 per cent) and Auto (0.13 per cent).

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