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Here are the major gainers and losers for the week in the market

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Indian shares ended mixed on Friday after tepid trade for most part of the day, owing to weakness in the rupee, subdued global sentiments over renewed US-China trade war concerns and sustained selling in energy, metal and bank stocks in particular.

Here are the major gainers and losers for the week in the market
Indian shares ended mixed on Friday after tepid trade for most part of the day, owing to weakness in the rupee, subdued global sentiments over renewed US-China trade war concerns and sustained selling in energy, metal and bank stocks in particular.
The BSE Sensex ended lower by 45 points or 0.12 percent, to 38,645, while the NSE Nifty 50 settled marginally up by 3.70 percent or 0.03 percent, at 11,680.50.
For the week, the Nifty 50 gained 1.07 percent, while the Sensex added 1.03 percent. The Nifty MidCap and the BSE SmallCap were up nearly two percent, while Nifty Pharma, PSU Bank and IT gained over 3 percent each.
Here are the major gainers and loser stocks for the week
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UPL: Shares of agro-chemical firm added 9.4 percent for the week. The stock ended 2.47 percent higher at Rs 713.35 today, adding Rs 17.20 in value.
Hindalco: Shares were down today by nearly a percent to settle at Rs 237.90, but overall gained 7.14 percent for the week.
Tech Mahindra: Ending 4.66 percent higher at Rs 766 today, the IT stock enhanced the value for investors by Rs 31.10 apiece. It has added 6.5 percent on a weekly basis.
Power Grid: Shares rose over 5.5 percent for the week, ending today's trade also higher at Rs 201.15, surging by 2.13 percent.
Tata Motors: The Tata Group's automobile company gained 4.7 percent this week, with the stock quoting at Rs 266.95, up by 2.93 percent today.
Other major gainers for the week were Infosys up by 4.5 percent, NTPC at 4.38 percent, Tata Steel at 4.3 percent. Bharti Airtel and ICICI Bank also rose 4 and 3.7 percent, respectively.
Yes Bank: Among losers, Yes Bank declined the most by 8 percent for the week, with the stock quoting at Rs 343, slipping lower by 5.18 percent.
Bajaj Finserv: The Bajaj Group financial services scrip declined 4.3 percent on a weekly basis, ending today at Rs 6,753. The stock lost nearly Rs 177 in value today, falling by 2.55 percent.
Eicher Motors: The auto stock ended higher by 1.21 percent today at Rs 27,936, adding Rs 333.85 in value, but overall for the week, declined by 2.8 percent.
Reliance Industries: The index heavyweight stock shed 2.8 percent this week, settling 2.79 percent lower today at Rs 1,270.
GAIL: The state-owned gas company slipped lower by 1.32 percent to quote at Rs 371.25 apeice today. For the week, Gail shares declined by 2.2 percent.
Other major index losers were Zee Entertainment, which lost 2.04 percent, HPCL, Bajaj Finance, each at 2 percent, Coal India down by 1.74 percent and shares of Asian Paints were down 1.5 percent.
Among midcap gainers, Jaiprakash Power stands out with 55.3 percent jump, Globus Spirits at 23 percent. Century Extrusion gained 20 percent, while Dixon Tech added 15.9 percent. Coffee Day and Welspun India surged over 12 percent this week.
Among midcap losers, Kwality shed 22 percent, while IndiGo lost 12 percent. Vakrangee was down nearly 9 percent, while HCC lost value by 5.6 percent. JK Paper shed nearly 10 percent.
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