Share Market Update: Indian domestic stocks are experiencing tremendous growth today, despite mixed global and Asian market signals. The Indian domestic stock market began trading with tremendous momentum on Friday (11 November), the fifth day of this trading week.
Both the Sensex and the Nifty are trading in the green. Today, the Sensex gained 1000 points, while the Nifty gained 270 points. The Sensex is trading above 61400, and the Nifty is trading above 18250.
The Bombay Stock Exchange’s major sensitive index Sensex (BSE Sensex) opened 827 points higher at 61,441 in early trade. While the Nifty rose 241 points to open at 18,269 on the NSE. The Sensex is currently trading on a more than 1000-point gain.
This morning, the BSE began trading with 2,195 companies. There were approximately 1,753 shares that opened up and 376 shares that fell. While 66 companies’ share prices remained stable. At the same time, 77 stocks are trading at 52-week highs, while 5 are trading at 52-week lows.
Today’s Leading stocks
Talking about today’s climbing stocks, shares of many companies including Tech Mahindra, Infosys, Wipro, HCL Tech, TCS are seeing a rise.
On the other hand, if we look at the falling stocks, many companies including Eicher Motors, Hero MotoCorp are seeing a decline in the stock.
The rupee begins the day with a value of 97 paise against the US dollar.
Today’s foreign exchange market saw the rupee open strongly against the dollar. Today, the rupee opened 97 paise higher against the US dollar, at Rs 82.78. On the other hand, on Thursday’s last trading day, the rupee closed at Rs 81.81, down 37 paise against the dollar.
That is, on Thursday, there was a decrease (November 10). The Sensex closed at 60,613, down about 420 points. The Nifty fell 128 points to finish at 18,028. 24 of the 30 Sensex stocks dropped. Only six stocks were up at the same time.
market’s status in recent days
Thursday, November 10: The Sensex closed at 60,613 points, down 420 points. The Nifty ended 128 points lower at 18,028.
The Sensex closed at 61,033 points, down 151 points, on Wednesday (9 November). The Nifty ended the day at 18,157, down 45 points.