Sensex closes with 71 points fall

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Mumbai: The stock market closed down on Thursday due to weakness in global markets and rupee depreciation. At the end of the trading, the Sensex closed 71 points down at 35575 level. At the same time, the Nifty closed at a level of 10750 with a decline of 20 points. There is a decline in metal, pharma, IT and realty stocks during the business.

The shares which witnessed growth during the period were up 4 per cent in BPCL, Yes Bank, Hindustan Petroleum, Mahindra and Mahindra and Muthoot Finance. At the same time, Infosys, Tata Motors, RIL, Titan, Infratel, Airtel, Vedanta Limited, Vakrangi, Quality and Idea fall by 5 percent.

Deterioration of the metal stocks continues during the business. The metal index is down 1.35 percent on the Nifty. On the other hand, 1.33 per cent in Pharma Index, 1.80 per cent in realty index, 1.22 per cent in IT index and 0.50 per cent fall in PSU bank index. Bank Nifty Index, Private Bank Index, Auto Index and FMCG Index are up 1 percent faster.

There was a weak start in Rupee on Thursday. At the start of the business, the rupee opened at a record low of 68.80 per dollar with a weakness of 6 paise. Rise in crude prices and rupee weakening with the government hoping to increase inflation due to increased MSP of kharif crops. Apart from this, demand for dollar by importers and some corporates is also under pressure. Even before this,

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Mumbai: On Tuesday, there was a huge fluctuation in the stock market amid weak weak global cues. The Sensex closed at 35490, up 19.69 points. The Nifty remained flat and closed 6.70 points higher at 10769. However, a major fall in RIL, Tata Motors, Tata Steel was recorded.

Most of the shopping is done in the shares of Coal India and Asian Paints. Coal India’s Counter, with an increase of 2.30 per cent, has climbed to 265 level and AsianPaint has closed at 1,278 with an increase of 1.91 per cent. On the National Stock Exchange, the mid-cap index closed 0.19 percent and the smallcap 0.93 percent weakness.

Talking about the sectoral index, financial services, FMCG and shares of information and technology have ceased to trade with the rise. At the same time, banks (0.03 percent), auto (0.53 percent), metal (0.38 percent), pharma (0.42 percent), PSU bank (0.27 percent) and realty (0.72 percent) were closed down.

After the fall in the US market, other Asian markets also saw a decline trend. Hong Kong’s Hang Seng index dropped 0.92 percent, while the Shanghai Composite Index fell 0.83 percent in early trade. Japan’s Nikkei index also dropped 0.30 percent. Dow Jones Industrial Average of US closed 1.33 percent down at the close of business yesterday.

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MUMBAI – The good start of the week was seen on the strength of good global cues. The Sensex jumped a triple century, while the Nifty also got about 1 percent stronger. In today’s trading, the Nifty knocks up to 10,593, while the Sensex managed to reach 34,483.4. BSE’s 30-share index Sensex closed at 34,446 with a rise of 303.6 points, or 0.9 per cent. NSE’s 50-share index Nifty closed at 9.58 points, which was 0.9 percent higher at 10,582.6.

Shopping in mid-caps and smallcap stocks has also been seen. The BSE mid-cap index has climbed 0.75 percent. Nifty mid-cap 100 Index has gained 0.75 percent. BSE’s smallcap index closed up by 0.9 percent.

Metal, banking, auto, realty, capital goods, oil and gas and power stocks have come in the way of buying. Bank Nifty rose 1.5 percent to close at 25,688. However, today it has been seen selling in IT, pharma and PSU bank shares.

In today’s business, Maruti Suzuki, Tata Motors, L & T, Axis Bank, IndusInd Bank and Tata Motors DVR have climbed up to 3.5-2.8 per cent. However, Sun Pharma, Infosys, Tech Mahindra, TCS, Wipro and ITC have fallen down 2.4-1 per cent in the giants.

Oberoi Realty, Reliance Communications, Torrent Power, Ajantha Pharma and L & T Finance have been strengthening in the mid-cap stocks by 16.2-3.7 per cent. However, in mid-cap stocks, Amphassis, Central Bank, Aditya Birla Fashion, Canara Bank and Bank of India have slipped down to 3-1.3 per cent.

Kya, Nelco, Purvankara, Orient Cement and Astal Poly have been strengthened in the smallcap stocks by 11.2-8.4 per cent. However, in the smallcap stocks, Oriental Bank, Supreme Infra, TGB Bankruptcies, Capital Trust and Vikrami have been closed for 10-5 per cent.

 

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Nifty closes above 10,600 for first time

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Mumbai: The second week of the year started with a good mood for the market. On Monday, the market managed to close on the new peak. For the first time, the Nifty closed close to 10,600, while the Sensex also jumped more than 200 points. The Sensex closed at 34,350. Sensex and Nifty have recorded an increase of more than 0.5 percent. The Nifty made the highest record of 10,631.2, so the Sensex also managed to reach record high of 34,385.7.

The BSE 30-share index Sensex closed at a level of 34,353, with a rise of 199 points i.e. 0.6 percent. NSE’s 50-share index Nifty closed 65 points, i.e. 0.6 percent, at 10,624 level.

The mid-caps and smallcap indexes also reached new records at the highest level. BSE’s mid-cap index has closed close to 18,250 with 1 percent strength. The Nifty Mid-cap 100 Index has also closed close to 21,720, up by 1 per cent. BSE’s smallcap index has climbed up to 1 per cent and closed close to 19,900.

The market has got an all-round shopping environment. Bank Nifty closed at a level of 25,676 with a surge of 0.3%. Besides, good buying was seen in pharma, metal, auto, IT, FMCG, metal, realty and capital goods stocks.

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