Last week, 22 of the 30 stocks in the index rose. Tata Motors (8.82 percent), BHEL (5.62 per cent), Vedanta (4.83 percent), SBI (4.81 percent) and Hindalco (4.72 per cent) were the fastest.
Major Sensex losers were Infosys (6.34 per cent), TCS (5.85 percent), Hindustan Unilever (3.98 per cent), Wipro (2.57 per cent) and Sun Pharma (1.85 percent).
Midcap and Smallcap indices also rose last week. Midcap 1.01 percent or 110.16 points at 11047.92 with a gain of 147.12 points or by 1.30 per cent and BSE Smallcap closed with a gain of 11495.70. Last Monday the 12th of October, according to government data, the country's consumer inflation rose 4.4 percent in September 2015, which was 3.7 percent in August.
According to official data released the same day, another three years in August 2015 industrial growth rate of 6.4 percent was recorded in the upper level. According to the official data released on Wednesday, October 14th, the country's wholesale inflation in September was negative 4.54 per cent, 4.95 per cent in August was negative.
According to another official figures released on Thursday, October 15th, the country's exports declined in September, the 10th consecutive month. Exports fell 24.3 percent to $ 21.85 billion. Imports declined by 25.4 percent during the period stood at $ 32.32 billion. The trade deficit of 27.6 per cent to $ 10.5 billion, which was a year ago to $ 14.47 billion.