Bombay stocks dropped for the fourth time in five sessions Thursday, selling off sharply after earlier passing 12,000.
The BSE Sensex lost 103.5 points to close at 11,835. Losers on the Sensex included
, the exploration major, which slipped 6%,
, the cement major, down 3.5%, and
, the IT outfit, off 2.8%.
The top gainers on the Sensex were
, which rose 1.9%,
, the construction and engineering major, up 1.6%, and
, the aluminium major, up 1.4%.
lost 0.4% despite a 56.3% rise in net profit for the quarter ended March 31.
Indian Overseas Bank
rose 3.4% as the bank posted 30% increase in profit for the quarter ended March 31.
rose 1.9% after posting a 9% rise in profit for the quarter ended March 31.
gained 1.4% as the pharma company's profit nearly doubled.
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