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Overnight Digest: Stocks to watch out on September 20

Shreya Chaware / Article rating: 3.4

The market benchmark indices have erased the previous trading session's gains and Sensex has settled at 59,015.89 level, 0.21 per cent lower and Nifty ended at 17,585.15 level, 0.25 per cent down. The broader markets also dipped into red as the BSE Midcap index squeezed by 1.14 per cent and the BSE Smallcap index closed with a loss of 1.06 per cent. The sectoral indices also experienced selling pressure as most of the indices ended in red, the BSE Realty index being the weakest among all. 

Overnight Digest: Stocks likely to be in focus on September 17

Shreya Chaware / Article rating: 3.5

The domestic benchmark indices have settled on Thursday giving strong gains backed by heavyweights in banking stocks. Sensex touched the fresh all-time high of 59,204.29 level in intraday trade, whereas Nifty made a fresh peak of 17,644.60 level. The BSE Bankex index shined among the sectoral indices while the BSE IT index experienced the highest drag.