Bombay stocks returned to the black in style Wednesday, jumping 2.5% to end a three-day losing streak.
The BSE Sensex added 292 points to close at 11,939. The gains put the index back within shouting distance of the 12,000 mark first cleared last week.
Major gainers on the index were
, which shot up 6.5% after posting a strong quarter. Also gaining were
, up 6%,
, up 5%, and
, up 4.5%.
Losers on the index were engineering firm
Larsen & Toubro
, which fell 1.1%, and drug maker
, down 1%.
Godrej Consumer Products
fell 0.5% despite a 5% rise in quarterly earnings.
Colgate Palmolive India
slid 4% despite a 14% profit gain.
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