Share Market Update: Sensex trading above 60,000, nifty over 17,800; full details here

Share Market Update: Despite mixed patterns from the Asian and worldwide markets, Indian stocks are still rising today. The Indian domestic stock market (Share Market) began trading with a boom on Monday, October 31, the opening day of current business week. The green mark is where the Sensex and Nifty are open. Sensex is trading above 60000 after this rise, and Nifty is trading above 17800.

The primary sensitive index Sensex (BSE Sensex), which is traded on the Bombay Stock Exchange, opened early trade above the level of 60,522 with a gain of 563 points. While doing so, the NSE Nifty increased by 161 points to begin trading at 17,948.

Current State Of The Market

Today, 1,785 businesses in all began trading on the BSE. Out of which around 840 shares opened higher and 778 shares opened lower. 164 firms’ share prices were steady, while they were. 25 shares are trading at the 52-week low today, while 90 shares are trading at the 52-week high.

Fluctuating stocks of today

Speaking of today’s rising stocks, shares of numerous businesses, including Dr. Reddy’s, Infosys, HUL, Tata Motors, and HCL Tech, are gaining.

The stock prices of numerous firms, including NTPC, Tata Steel, ONGC, Hindalco, and UPL, are declining, on the other hand, if we look at the falling shares.

Rupee gains 10 paise against the dollar at the opening

Today’s foreign exchange market saw a good opening for the rupee against the dollar. In relation to the dollar, the rupee started off the day up 10 paise at Rs 82.37. Earlier, on Friday, the final day of the previous trading week, the rupee strengthened 2 paise against the dollar to close at Rs 82.47.

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The market was in the following state on Friday, October 28: The Sensex closed at 59,959 points, up 203 points. Nifty increased 49 points to finish at 17,786 points, while

The Sensex closed at 59,756 points on Thursday, October 27, up 212 points while Nifty gained 80 points, closing at 17,736 points.

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