The stock market opened up sharply, Sensex crossed 58700, buying in banking shares


Stock Market News: The Indian stock market has started trading with a boom today. BSE’s main index Sensex is trading at the level of 58,711.65 with a gain of 250.36 points or 0.43 percent. Apart from this, the Nifty index is at the level of 17,458.15 with a gain of 56.50 points or 0.32 percent. At the same time, good buying is being seen in Bank Nifty too. Bank Nifty is up by 134 points.

There is mixed business in the global market
Talking about the global market, today there was mixed business in the markets. In yesterday’s trade, where there was a rise in the US markets on one side. At the same time, there was a decline in the European market. Nasdaq closed up 127 points in US markets. Dow has also closed up by 600 points. Apart from this, SGX Nifty, Hang Seng, SET Composite and Jakarta were in red mark in Asian markets. At the same time, Nikkei, Taiwan, Kospi and Shanghai indices were in the green.

Sensex buy stocks
If we look at the top-30 stocks of the Sensex, today 14 out of 30 stocks are seen in the red mark. Apart from this, there is a rise in 16 stocks. Today Infosys is in the list of top gainers. Apart from this, buying is also being done in LT, Axis Bank, NTPC, Kotak Bank, ICICI Bank, Power Grid, IndusInd Bank, SBI, HDFC Bank, TCS, HDFC, Titan, ITC and Bajaj Finance.

Selling in these shares
Apart from this, Bharti Airtel, Nestle India, Maruti, Dr Reddy, Asian Paints, Sun Pharma, Reliance, Bajaj Finance, Tata Steel, Bajaj Auto, HUL are all seeing a decline in the list of declining stocks.

There is mixed business in the sectoral index
In today’s business, selling is being seen in FMCG, Pharma and Healthcare sectors. Apart from this, buying is being done in Nifty Bank, Auto, Financial Services, FMCG, IT, Media, Metal, PSU Bank, Private Bank, Realty, Consumer Durable and Oil & Gas.

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