NEW DELHI: BSE Telecom index was buying and selling flat on Friday’s afternoon session.
Shares of Mahanagar Phone Nigam (up 5.6 for every cent), Optiemus Infracom (up 4.94 per cent), Vindhya Telelinks (up 3.28 for every cent), Sterlite Technologies (up 3.15 per cent) and Tejas Network (up 1.67 for each cent) have been amid the top gainers.
While Reliance Communications (down 4.79 for every cent), GTL Infrastructure (down 3.9 for every cent), Tata Communications (down 1.56 for each cent) and Bharti Infratel Ltd (down 1.25 per cent) were being the top losers in the index.
The S&P BSE Telecom index was buying and selling .17 for every cent up at 1282.87 about 01:02PM.
Benchmark NSE Nifty50 index was down 5.75 details at 11194.4, when the BSE Sensex was 41.06 factors at 37984.39.
Among the the 50 shares in the Nifty index, 31 were investing in the inexperienced, although 19 had been in the purple.
Shares of Indeed Bank, Vodafone Concept, Alok Industries, Axis Bank and Bandhan Bank Ltd. had been among the the most traded shares on the NSE.