Better GDP print may bring cheer to market, but rupee's fall may be the spoiler.
Investors held their moves, awaiting June quarter GDP data and other macro numbers.
Bearish sentiment in other Asian markets hurt Dalal Street on Thursday.
Indian market failed to capitalise on the bullish sentiment in global markets.
As many as 51 stocks, including IndiGo, ICICI Bank and Cipla showed bearish crossovers on NSE.
Infosys, YES Bank, TCS, Coal India and HDFC Bank weighed on the Sensex index.
Midcaps failed to perform. The BSE Midcap index settled with a loss of 0.35 per cent at 16,671.
Broader BSE midcap and smallcap indices trailed Sensex by small margins.
Analysts see stock-specific opportunities in pockets of the market.
The coming week is going to be volatile, as August series F&O contracts expire on Thursday.
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