Share Market Update: Despite mixed global cues from the global and Asian markets, the Indian stock market appears to be on halt to its three-day decline. Even today, share market began with a drop, but later it picked up pace and became stable.
The fall of the Indian stock market has started trading on the second day of this business week, Tuesday (22 November). The Sensex is still trading in the red zone. Even though the Nifty opened higher. Today, the Sensex opened down 18 points, while the Nifty opened up 19 points higher.
The Bombay Stock Exchange’s major sensitive index Sensex (BSE Sensex) is at 61,234 in early trade, up 94 points today. The NSE Nifty is currently trading at 18,180, up 21 points.
Stocks that are rising and falling today
Many companies’ shares are rising today, including UltraTech Cement, Larsen, IndusInd Bank, Maruti Suzuki, HUL, Dr Reddy Labs, NTPC, Bajaj Finserv, Axis Bank, and Titan Company.
Many companies, including Power Grid, Nestle, Sun Pharma, Kotak Mahindra, HDFC Bank, TCS, Tata Steel, Wipro, HDFC, Bharti Airtel, and Paytm, have seen their shares fall.
The rupee begins the day with a 12 paise gain against the dollar.
Today’s foreign exchange market saw the rupee open strongly against the dollar. The rupee opened trading at 81.72 per dollar, with a 12-paise strength.
Last week market status
Monday (November 21): the Sensex closed at 61,144 points, down 518 points. The Nifty dropped 147 points to close at 18,159.
Friday, November 18: The Sensex closed at 61,663 points, down 87 points. While the Nifty closed at 18,307 points, down 35 points.
Thursday (17 November): Sensex closed at 61,750 points with a fall of 230 points. While the Nifty closed at 18,343 points with a slight gain of 65 points.
Wednesday (16 November): The Sensex closed at 61,980 points with a gain of 107 points. While the Nifty closed at 18,409 points with a slight gain of 6 points.
Tuesday (15 November): The Sensex closed at 61,872 points with a gain of 250 points. While the Nifty closed at 18,403 points with a gain of 50 points.
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