The Head of Retail Research, Motilal Oswal Financial Services, said markets are likely to remain range-bound ahead of US Fed interest rate decision to be announced on September 21.
The broader NSE Nifty spurted by 103 points or 0.58 per cent to settle at 17,936.35 points, with 36 of its constituents ending with gains.
Though the bill along with another on contract farming was to be passed last year itself, the State government developed cold feet due to stiff opposition to the three farm reform laws.
The BSE Sensex inched up 36.74 points or 0.06 per cent to settle at 58,803.33. While NSE Nifty dipped 3.35 points or 0.02 per cent to end at 17,539.45.
The 30-share Sensex jumped 1,564.45 points or 2.70 per cent to settle at 59,537.07. During the day, it zoomed 1,627.16 points or 2.80 per cent to 59,599.78.
The BSE benchmark Sensex tanked 861.25 points or 1.46 per cent to settle at 57,972.62. During the day, it tumbled 1,466.4 points or 2.49 per cent to 57,367.47.
The ripple effects of this could be seen on Monday in Indian markets, which had a topsy turvy five sessions this week.
During the day, it slumped 941.04 points or 1.57 per cent to 58,705.11. The broader NSE Nifty declined 267.75 points or 1.51 per cent to finish at 17,490.70.
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In Asia, markets in Seoul, Shanghai and Tokyo ended lower, while Hong Kong settled in the green.
In a largely choppy session, the 30-share BSE index ended 37.87 points or 0.06 per cent higher at 60,298 after starting the trade on a weak note.
After a largely choppy session, the 30-share BSE index ended 37.87 points or 0.06 per cent higher at 60,298 after starting the trade on a weak note.
The broader NSE Nifty went higher by 119 points or 0.67 per cent to close at 17,944.25.
Tech Mahindra was the top loser in the Sensex pack, slipping 1.34 per cent, followed by Nestle India, Maruti, Infosys, UltraTech Cement, TCS and Sun Pharma.
Sensex traded at 59,374.61 points, up 557.32 points or 0.95 per cent, whereas Nifty traded at 17,680.10 points, up 145.35 points or 0.83 per cent
With increased foreign fund inflow, easing commodity prices and a less hawkish stance by the US Federal Reserve, India’s equity market has seen a sharp rebound in the last month.
NTPC was the top loser in the Sensex pack, shedding 2.42 per cent, followed by Wipro, Bajaj Finance, HCL Tech, Infosys and Tech Mahindra.
Markets also have been rattled by Russia's war on Ukraine, which has caused prices of oil, wheat and other commodities to spike and by uncertainty about the impact of Chinese anti-virus curbs.
The broader NSE Nifty went up by 15.50 points or 0.09 per cent to finish at 17,397.50.