Market slips after opening on edge, Sensex opens above 60200, Nifty opens above 17760

Market slips after opening on edge, Sensex opens above 60200, Nifty opens above 17760

Stock Market Opening: Today’s movement of the Indian stock market is fast and a boom is being seen in the trade of Sensex-Nifty. Today, due to the rise in bank shares, the market is showing gains and there is strength in Bank Nifty as well. Although the market had opened on the edge, but it declined in the opening minutes itself and it slipped into the red mark.

how open market

Today in the domestic stock market, the BSE’s 30-share index Sensex has managed to open at 60,202.77 with a gain of 146.67 points, or 0.24 per cent. Apart from this, the NSE’s 50-share index Nifty opened at 17,761.55 with a strength of 18.15 points, or 0.10 percent.

Sensex and Nifty condition

Today, 13 out of 30 Sensex stocks are trading in the green mark and 17 stocks are trading with a decline. Apart from this, 24 out of 50 stocks are trading strongly in the Nifty of NSE, while trading is being seen in the opening minutes with a decline in 26 stocks.

Nifty’s Kine index rises

Nifty’s Bank, Auto, Financial Services, Private Bank, PSU Bank, Metal, Realty and Oil & Gas indices are seeing a boom today and they are being able to give some support to the stock market. Apart from this, business is being seen with a decline in FMCG, IT, media, pharma, consumer durables and healthcare index.

stock market movement in pre-opening

In the pre-opening of the stock market, the BSE Sensex was up 0.37 per cent at 60278.36 with a gain of 222.26 points. Apart from this, the Nifty of NSE was trading at the level of 17726.20 with a gain of 32.80 points i.e. 0.18 percent.

Which stocks of Sensex are above

IndusInd Bank, Bajaj Finance, Bajaj Finserv, Axis Bank, UltraTech Cement, Bharti Airtel, SBI, PowerGrid, Tata Steel, L&T, Reliance Industries, Tata Motors, ITC, NTPC, ICICI Bank and Maruti are registering good gains. Is.

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