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The BSE index gained 0.36 percent, while the Nifty index surged by 0.39 percent during the early trade on Friday. The surge in the index was dominated due to heavy inflows in IT, health, oil and gas stocks after the decline in previous session.

The Sensex on Friday opened higher at 25132.08 points by surge of 69.14 points and Nifty opened at 7514.20 with an increase of 21 points. On Thursday, BSE index closed at 25062.67 points, while NSE index recorded 7493.20 points.

Top gainers from BSE as on Friday, 27 at 1:05 pm:

Name Symbol Last in Change in Change %
Nimbus Foods Industries ltd NIMB 1.71 +0.27 +18.75
Man Infraconstruction Ltd MANL 175.20 +24.90 +16.57
DQ Entertainment International Ltd DQEN 30.90 +4.20 +15.73
Bharat Seats Ltd BSTS 29 +3.1 +12.19
Camson Bio Technologies Ltd CAMS 106.70 +11.30 +11.84

Top losers from BSE on Friday, 27 at 1:05 pm:

Name Symbol Last in Change in Change %
Mahavir Industries Ltd MHVR 7.68 -1.27 -4.19
Le Waterina Resorts & Hotels Ltd LEWA 1.19 -0.11 -8.46
Gujarat Automotive Gears Ltd GATG 249.70 -21.60 -7.96
Poddar Developers Ltd PODD 160.10 -13.20 -7.62
TCI Developers Ltd. TCID 200.05 -15.95 -7.38

The NSE top gainers were Visesh Infotecnics, Man Infraconstruction, DQ Entertainment International Ltd, Pondy Oxide-Chemicals and R S Software Ltd, whereas, NSE top losers were Birla Cotsyn India, FCS Software Solutions, Paras Petrofils Ltd, Responsive Industries Ltd and REI Six Ten Retail Ltd. However, the position of the companies changed frequently during the trading hours.

Indian Stock market index was expected to open low by experts due to subdued global sale of shares. Foreign investors sold Indian shares worth ₹6.01 billion ($100.67 million) on Thursday, according to Reuters report.

Among 13 Indian stock Indices, apart from Sensex and Nifty, only BSE IT and BSE Health care surged during trading hours at 1:30 pm. BSE IT recorded 9251.59 points with an increase of 202.21 points and Health stocks touched 11200.61 points with an increase of 213.30 points.

Stocks of all companies in IT sector rose, except Mindtree Ltd. The stock recorded 876 per share with loss of 19.05. In the meantime, among 17 Health and Pharmaceutical stocks, prices of only five stocks declined including Aurobindo Pharma, Cipla, Glenmark Pharmaceuticals, Piramal Enterprises and Torrent Pharmaceuticals.

India's Ranbaxy laboratories surged 5.8 percent during the early trade on Friday after US Food and drug Administration said on Thursday that it has approved the company's generic version of Novartis AG's blood pressure drug Diovan. The stock of Ranbaxy recorded 497.60 with profit of 25.85 on Friday.

However, at 1:45 pm, BSE Oil index rose up and recorded 10989.12 points with surge of 7 points. Among ten companies in it, three declined. Cairn India, GAIL India and Oil & Natural Gas were losers in the list. But at 2 pm, it fell by 17.67 points with a record of 10964.45 points.

Moreover, India's Century Textile and Industries Ltd rose five percent after Derive Investments bought 0.72 million shares at an average price of ₹569.28 per share.

Besides, all US based stock recorded low. Dow Jones, S&P, NASDAQ and TR US Index fell by 0.13 percent, 0.12 percent, 0.02 percent and 0.12 percent respectively on Friday.

In the meantime, European stocks recorded high. FTSE 100 recorded 6752.58 points with an increase of 17 points and DAX recorded 9827.66 points with surge of 22.76 points. CAC 40 and TR Europe surged by 16.34 percent and 0.36 percent respectively.

Among Asian markets, Japan's Nikkei dropped at 15095 points with a decline of 213.49 points but Hong Kong based Hang Seng surged at 23221.52 points by gaining 23.69 points. Sensex gained 0.10 percent and Nifty 0.12 percent, at 2:10 pm on Friday.