Stock Market Closing: Market supported by RBI policy, Sensex near 66,000, Nifty closes above 19,650.

Stock Market Closing: Market supported by RBI policy, Sensex near 66,000, Nifty closes above 19,650.

Share Market Closing on 6 October: Today, on the credit policy day of the Reserve Bank, the stock market closed on a good bullish note and the Sensex managed to close near the level of 66000. Is. On the last trading day of the week, the Indian stock market was successful in closing in the green and today the rise in banking and financial stocks was supported on the basis of maintaining the status quo of RBI.

How was the closing of the stock market

BSE’s 50-share index Sensex has managed to close with a gain of more than 350 points. BSE Sensex closed at the level of 65,995 with a rise of 364.06 points or 0.55 percent. Apart from this, NSE’s Nifty closed at 19,653 with a rise of 107.75 points or 0.55 percent.

Which indices have given support to the market

Nifty Out of the 12 indices, there are 11 sectoral indices which have closed in the green with gains. Except media stocks, other sectors closed with good gains. Realty index closed with the highest rise of 3.08 percent. Financial services gained 1.04 percent and pharma shares gained 0.71 percent. Trading in metal stocks closed with a gain of 0.53 percent.

How was the condition of Sensex stocks

23 out of 30 Sensex stocks Closing was done with green mark of gain and only 7 stocks were dominated by red mark of fall. Among the top gainers, Bajaj Finserv was adding 5.86 percent to the market rally. Bajaj Finance closed the trade with a rise of 4.05 percent and Titan 2.98 percent. IndusInd Bank was up 2.38 percent and ITC was up 1.42 percent. JSW Steel has managed to close with a rise of 1.26 percent.

Which Sensex stocks have seen a decline

HUL is the Sensex leader with a fall of 0.93 percent. Has become a top loser. Asian Paints closed with a decline of 0.37 per cent, Axis Bank 0.26 per cent, L&T 0.13 per cent, HDFC Bank 0.11 per cent and Nestle 0.03 per cent. 

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