Stock Market Opening: Today the trading is open in the domestic stock market with a boom. Sensex and Nifty are doing business by climbing above the important level. Trading is open above 65500 in Sensex and levels beyond 19499 are visible in Nifty.

How was the opening of the market

In today’s trade, the BSE Sensex has managed to open at a level of 65,598.65 with a gain of 254.48 points i.e. 0.39 per cent. Apart from this, the NSE’s Nifty opened at 19,427.10 with a gain of 71.20 points i.e. 0.37 percent.

Condition of Sensex-Nifty shares

Out of 30 Sensex stocks, 25 are trading with gains and 5 stocks are trading with a decline. Apart from this, 40 out of 50 stocks of Nifty are seeing a boom while 9 stocks are declining. 1 The stock is trading unchanged.

Picture of Sectoral Indices

Talking about the sectoral index, today all the Nifty indices are trading in the green mark with a fast pace. Business is being seen only in the metal sector with no change. Auto sector is up 1.07 percent and healthcare is seeing a strength of 0.78 percent. FMCG shares are trading with a gain of 0.76 per cent. All other sectors are also showing a boom.

Which stocks are up

Bajaj Finance is trading up by 1.72 per cent and Bajaj Finserv by 1.66 per cent. Maruti’s share is up 1.26 percent and Asian Paints is up 1.23. M&M is trading with a strength of 1.15 per cent and Tata Motors at 0.91 per cent. Among these top gainers are L&T, Infosys, Nestle, Sun Pharma, Kotak Mahindra Bank, Tata Motors, HUL, ITC, Reliance Industries, Titan, Bharti Airtel, PowerGrid, Axis Bank, HDFC Bank, HDFC, UltraTech Cement, ICICI Bank and TCS. The green mark of growth is being seen in the shares of.

How was the market in pre-opening

In the pre-opening, the BSE Sensex was at the level of 65503.74 with a gain of 159.57 points or 0.24 per cent. On the other hand, NSE’s Nifty was trading at the level of 19422.75 with a gain of 66.85 points i.e. 0.35 percent.

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