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Among stocks, UPL gained 2.7 per cent while Yes Bank continued its upward slide by 2.3 per cent. Zee Entertainment, Kotak Mahindra Bank and Tech Mahindra also traded in the green.
Tata Consultancy Services dropped by 1.5 per cent and Indiabulls Housing Finance by 1.4 per cent. Wipro, UPL and Bajaj Auto too were in the negative zone.
At the National Stock Exchange, Nifty IT was 1.4 per cent higher while pharma gained nearly 1 per cent. But realty and PSU banks traded lower.
The gains were more pronounced in metal and pharma stocks. All sectoral indices except for Nifty IT were in the green at the National Stock Exchange.
All sectoral indices at the National Stock Exchange were in the green during morning hours.
A day earlier on another side of the globe, there was a volatile Wall Street session as US manufacturing growth eased in May to its weakest pace in more than two-and-a-half years.
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The wider 51-scrip Nifty of the National Stock Exchange (NSE) rose by 18.10 points or 0.22 per cent, to 8,435.10 points.
While BSE would hold periodic call auction of 335 illiquid stocks, NSE would do the same for 31 securities.
The key indices provisionally closed on a flat note -- marginally in the red, as heavy selling pressure was witnessed in banking, finance and IT stocks.
A depreciating rupee and surging crude oil prices added to the downward trend in the markets.