Nifty 17500 and Bank Nifty also crossed the 40 thousand mark
Following the boom in the global markets, the Indian stock market is also bullish today. After yesterday’s increase of 491 points to close at 58411, today it opened at 58744 with an increase of 333 points, then at 10 am maintaining the bullishness, it rose by 722 points and again crossed the 59000 level to hit a high of 59132. Sensex is trading at 56887 with a jump of 473 points at 3 pm.
While the Nifty closed at 17312 after yesterday’s gain of 127 points which opened again by 127 points to 17438 today and at 10 am gained 210 points to cross the 17500 level to register a high of 17521 and at 3 pm the Nifty was trading at 17464 with an increase of 152 points. is
On the other hand, the rupee has also continued its slow recovery and has regained the level of 82 against the dollar. Along with Sensex Nifty, Bank Nifty is also continuously moving forward and Bank Nifty has crossed 40 thousand again with an increase of 364 points today. The Bank Nifty rose 364 points to 40280 in the early trading session this morning.
In Sensex today Bharti Airtel, Jaiin, Khakh, Kaz, Wipro, Ultratech Cement, Asian Paints, Reliance, Inzai, Intech, Maruti, Ingak, Zaij, Tata Steel, Infosys, Nestlé, Titan, Ineiin Bank, Bajaj Finance, IndusInd Bank, Shares of Inuri Bank, Ui Chhayammuthat Kafbat, Zaibhav Khafvasakshamfi, Ghazai, Inuri Bank, Kotak Mahindra Bank, Bajaj Finserv, Sun Pharma and Inuri are seeing a surge. While in Sensex today, only the shares of Axis Bank are seeing a decline. On the other hand, today Apollo Hospitals, Axis Bank, Inc and Ushadshatha Kafbat are trading in the red with weakness in Nifty.
Yesterday, a major jump of 3.43 percent was seen on Nasdaq, which is one of the main American stock markets. Like the US, European stock markets also witnessed a tremendous surge during the last trading session. Germany’s stock market closed up 1.70 percent, while France’s could jump 1.83 percent. Apart from this, London Stock Exchange also saw a rise of 0.90 percent. In Asia, Singapore grew by 0.71 percent, Japan by 0.64 percent.