NEW DELHI: GMR Infra (number of shares traded: 9.19 crore) led the pack of most traded stocks on NSE on Thursday.
It was followed by Reliance Communications (8.85 crore), IDFC Bank (7.77 crore), Suzlon Energy (6.88 crore), JP Associates (6.38 crore), IDFC (5.43 crore) and Punjab National Bank (4.82 crore).
Indian shares extended losses to the second consecutive day on the last day of June futures and options derivatives contracts.
Sustained selling was observed in bank, auto, metal, Oil & gas, energy and financial stocks.
Market sentiment remained subdued in the backdrop of falling rupee and surging crude oil prices.
The Sensex index cracked by 179 points, or 0.51 per cent, finishing at 35,038, with 10 stocks advancing and 21 stocks declining.
The Nifty50 wound up Thursday's session down by 82 points, or 0.77 per cent, at 10,589, with 14 stocks in the green and 36 in the red.
Barring Nifty Metal, all sectoral indices finished with losses on NSE, with Nifty Realty topping the pack of losers, falling over 2 per cent.