On the last day of the trading week, the stock market at a new high, the Sensex crossed 55 thousand

New Delhi. The Indian stock market has started trading today with great strength. Within five minutes of the start of trading, the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) Sensex once again crossed the 55 thousand level, creating a new history of bullishness. At the same time, the Nifty of the National Stock Exchange (NSE) also crossed the level of 16,400 for the first time.

The Sensex has managed to move from the level of 54 thousand to the level of 55 thousand in a span of just seven trading days. The Sensex had reached the range of 54 thousand for the first time on 4 August. On August 4, the Sensex had started trading at the level of 54,071.22 points setting a new record of all-time high and at the end of trading ended the daily trading with a gain of 546.41 points at the level of 54,369.77 points.

Today the BSE Sensex gained 67.97 points, setting a new record of all-time high and opened at the level of 54,911.95 points. On the other hand, NSE’s Nifty also started trading today at the level of 16,385.70 with a gain of 21.30 points, making a new record of all-time high.

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Its last trading day i.e. on Thursday, both the stock market indices Sensex and Nifty had ended the business with great strength after making a new record of new all-time high in the day’s trading. The BSE Sensex closed at 54,843.98 points with a gain of 318.05 points. On the other hand, the Nifty of NSE closed at 16,364.40 with a gain of 82.15 points.

The stock market had a strong start in the pre-opening session today amidst mixed signals. The Sensex opened at a level of 54,942.58 points with a gain of 0.18 per cent with the strength of 98.60 points. At the same time, in the pre-opening session, the Nifty was trading at a level of 16,372.80, up by 8.40 points, with a jump of 0.05 percent.

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