Stock Market Opening: On the first trading day of the week, there is a slight increase in the stock market today. In today’s stock market opening, Nifty has opened at the level of 17575. There was a huge fall in the stock market last week and out of 5 trading sessions, trading was seen with a sharp decline.
how open market
At the beginning of today’s trading, the Sensex was seeing trading levels at 58,892.93 after a fall of 144.25 points, or 0.24 per cent. Along with this, NSE’s Nifty is trading at 17,547.85 with a fall of 69.30 points or 0.39 percent in the opening minutes of opening after opening at 17575.
If we look at Nifty 50 today, only 18 stocks are trading with a boom and the red mark of decline in 32 stocks dominates. In today’s trade, Nifty made a high level of 17599 and showed it going till the low level of 17520. Bank Nifty, however, is bullish today and after a gain of 64 points, the levels of 37638 are being seen.
Today’s Highest-Rising Stocks
In Nifty today, ONGC is trading with a gain of 2.20 percent, Cipla 1.54 percent and Maruti 1.23 percent and IndusInd Bank is up 1.05 percent. The strength of 1 percent is being seen in POWERGRID.
Today’s most falling stocks
Today JSW Steel is down 2.45 percent, Asian Paints 2.41 percent, Tech Mahindra 2.27 percent and Hindalco 2.24 percent, Wipro is trading with a fall of 2.14 percent.
Market in pre-opening
If we look at the market in pre-opening today, the BSE Sensex is trading at 58967 with a fall of 70.07 points and NSE’s Nifty is down 70 points above 17575.
condition of asian markets
Asian markets are trading with a fall today and Japan’s Nikkei is trading by breaking 150 points. Taiwan and Hangseng are also trading with a red mark of decline. There is also a softening in the Kospi and Straight Times index. SGX Nifty is trading at the level of 17520 after a fall of 116 points.
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