Share Market Update: Indian stock market on Monday started the new week on a positive mode, extending gains from the previous sessions. Sensex on Monday reached at its new all-time high.
The Sensex was trading at 62,393.27 points, up 99.63 points or 0.16 percent, while the Nifty was trading at 18,536.10 points, up 23.35 points or 0.13 percent. At present, the market is in a bullish trend. According to National Stock Exchange data, the top five gainers among the Nifty 50 equities are BPCL, CBI Life, Hero Motocorp, Reliance Industries, and Tata Motors, while the top five losers are Hindalco, Apollo Hospitals, HDFC, JSW Steel, and HDFC Bank.
Foreign investment inflows were strong, the rupee was relatively strong, and the US Fed hinted that policy rates might be lowered helped Indian stock markets.
Market condition today
Total in the stock market at the beginning of this morning in BSE A total of 2,780 companies started trading in the BSE today. Out of which about 1,824 shares opened up and 807 declined. While the share prices of 149 companies remained stable. Whereas 77 stocks are trading at 52 weeks high and 12 stocks at 52 weeks low.
Today’s rising and falling stocks
Talking about today’s rising shares, the shares of many companies including BPCL, Hero MotoCorp, Maruti Suzuki, Tata Motors, UltraTech Cement are seeing a boom.
If you look at the falling shares, then many companies including Hindalco, HDFC, HDFC, Apollo Hospital, Infosys are seeing a decline in their shares.
Rupee opened with a weakness of 12 paise against the dollar
The rupee opened strongly against the dollar in the foreign exchange market today. The rupee today opened with a weakness of 12 paise at Rs 81.80 against the dollar in early trade on Friday. Earlier, on Friday, the rupee closed at a level of 81.68 against the dollar with a weakness of 6 paise on Friday.
This was the condition of the market last days
Friday (25 November): The Sensex closed at 62,293 points with a gain of 20 points. While the Nifty closed at 18,512 points with a jump of 28 points.
Thursday (24 November): The Sensex closed at 62,272 points with a gain of 762 points. While the Nifty closed at 18,484 points with a jump of 216 points.
Wednesday (23 November): The Sensex closed at 61,510 points with a gain of 91 points. While the Nifty closed at 18,267 points with a gain of 23 points.
Tuesday (22 November): The Sensex closed at 61,418 points with a gain of 274 points. While the Nifty jumped 85 points to close at 18,244.
Monday (21 November): The Sensex closed at 61,144 points with a fall of 518 points. While the Nifty fell 147 points to close at 18,159.