Share Market Update: The budget session of the Parliament is starting from today and tomorrow i.e. on February 1, the general budget for the year 2023-24 will be presented in the Parliament. Prior to this budget today, on the second day of the fifth business week of the new year 2023, business has started with a boom in the Indian domestic stock market today. Today both Sensex and Nifty are showing gains. Sensex and Nifty both open on green mark. Sensex 271 and Nifty opened with a fall of 82 points this morning.
On Tuesday (31 January 2023), the second day of this trading week, today the trading in the Indian stock market started with a green mark. Today, BSE’s 30-share index Sensex opened with a gain of 271 points at 59,771, while NSE’s 50-share index Nifty opened at 17,731 with a gain of 82 points. open. But shortly after this, selling started in the market and Sensex-Nifty started registering a decline. Around 9.37 am, the Sensex fell 270 points to 59,230, while the Nifty fell 74 points to 17,572.
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Before this, on the last trading day Monday (30 January 2023), the market registered a boom. The Sensex closed at 59,500, up 170 points, while the Nifty closed at 17,648, up 42 points.
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Market condition today
Around 1,626 companies started trading on the BSE early this morning. In which about 939 shares are up and 567 are down. While the share prices of 120 companies remained stable. Whereas today 38 shares are trading at 52 week high and 35 shares are trading at 52 week low.
Today’s top gainers and losers
Talking about today’s rising stocks, the shares of many companies including BPCL, Adani Enterprises, UPL, Adani Port, Mahindra & Mahindra are seeing a boom.
If you look at the falling shares, then many companies including Tech Mahindra, Hindalco, Apollo Hospital, NTPC, Cipla are seeing a decline in their shares.
Rupee opened with a weakness of 10 paise against the dollar
On Tuesday, the second day of the fifth trading week of this year, the rupee opened with weakness against the dollar in the foreign exchange market. Today, in early trade, the rupee opened at a level of 81.60 against the dollar with a weakness of 10 paise. On the other hand, on the last trading day on Monday, the rupee had strengthened by 3 paise and closed at Rs 81.50 against the dollar.
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Market last days
Monday (30 January 2023): The Sensex closed at 59,500 points with a jump of 170 points. While the Nifty climbed 42 points to close at 17,648.
Friday (27 January 2023): Sensex closed at 59,330 points with a fall of 874 points. While the Nifty fell 287 points to close at 17,604.
Thursday (26 January 2023): The market was closed on account of Republic Day holiday.
Wednesday (25 January 2023): The Sensex closed at 60,205 points with a fall of 774 points. While the Nifty fell 226 points to close at 17,891.
Tuesday (24 January 2023): The Sensex closed at 60,978 points with a jump of 37 points. While the Nifty closed at 18,118 points with a decline of 1 point (flat).
Monday (23 January 2023): The Sensex closed at 60,942 points with a gain of 320 points. While the Nifty closed at 18,119 points with a gain of 91 points.
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