Stock Market Opening: Indian stock market has started trading today with a fall and while there are global reasons behind it, there is also a hand in the decline of banks shares. While the Bank Nifty has started in the red mark, on the global level, the American market has closed with great weakness on Friday. The effect of a fall of about 200 points in Dow is being seen on the global market today. Due to these reasons, the opening of the Indian market has also slowed down.
How the stock market opened today
BSE’s Sensex has opened today with a fall of 150 points ie 0.24 percent down at 61,579.78. NSE’s Nifty has been able to open at 18,201.10, down only 2.3 points.
Sensex and Nifty’s condition
Sensex Out of 30 stocks, 20 stocks are trading fast and 10 stocks are seeing a decline. Apart from this, NSE’s Nifty is showing 32 stocks with a boom. Red mark of decline dominates in 18 stocks.
Which sectoral indices are up today and which are down
Talking about sectoral indices, today Apart from the media and private bank sectors of Nifty, everything else is trading with a green mark of growth. The maximum gain of 0.79 percent is being seen in IT stocks. The Healthcare index is up 0.75 per cent. 0.55 percent in Pharma and 0.44 percent in PSU Bank is being traded with strength.
Adani shares see a rally today
Adani Group’s shares are witnessing a good boom today and on the basis of this the beginning of the group can be said to be excellent. Many Adani stocks are trading at a brisk pace of 5-5 per cent. Adani Wilmar, Adani Ports are examples of this.
Which Sensex stocks gained
NTPC is trading up by almost 2 percent and Power Grid is up by 1.33 percent. Infosys has jumped about 1 percent and Wipro has a strength of 0.87 percent. Sun Pharma 0.85 per cent, Tech Mahindra 0.84 per cent and L&T are also trading with an increase of 0.84 per cent.
These Sensex stocks fell today
IndusInd Bank is trading with a decline of half a percent. Bharti Airtel is trading down by 0.36 per cent, Nestle by 0.30 per cent and Asian Paints by 0.29 per cent. ICICI Bank is trading down by 0.17 per cent and Axis Bank by 0.16 per cent.
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