Stock markets closed with gains after a day’s uproar

New Delhi. After a day of volatility and buying and selling, the Indian stock market was successful in closing in the green mark with gains on the first trading day of the week. At the close of trading, the Sensex ended its trading today with a strength of 125.13 points, while the Nifty ended today’s trading with a slight gain of 20.05 points.

The Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) Sensex opened at 54,385.71 points today with a gain of 107.99 points. After a minor sell-off in the initial minutes, the stock market started buying strongly. Due to which the Sensex jumped 307.01 points to reach the level of 54,584 73 points in 45 minutes of trading. But after reaching this level, the selling phase started in the market. Due to which the Sensex also fell continuously. At 12.30 pm, the Sensex fell 286.15 points from today’s top level and reached the level of 54,298.58 points. After this fall in the Sensex, domestic institutional investors (DIIs) tried to handle the market by buying, due to which the Sensex’s position also improved slightly. But after a while, the selling intensified once again, due to which the Sensex fell 460.46 points from today’s top level to reach the level of 54,124.27. The round of buying and selling in the market continued throughout the day. After two o’clock in the afternoon, once again buying was seen dominating the stock market, due to which the stock market trading in the red mark got life and a situation of growth was created. However, despite the continuous buying at this level, the selling pressure also persisted, due to which the Sensex could not rise much. In the end, the index closed at a level of 54,402.85 with a general strength of 125.13 points.

The Nifty of the National Stock Exchange (NSE) also started trading today with a strength of 43.15 points at 16,281.35 points. Shortly after the start of trading, the Nifty gained 82.55 points to reach the level of 16,320.75 points on the strength of strong buying. But after this, when the selling pressure started, there was a huge arrest in the Nifty also and the index dived 141.70 points to reach the level of 16,179.05. After the day’s volatility, the Nifty finally closed at 16,258.25 with a slight gain of 20.05 points.

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In the day-long trading, the stock market was supported by Nifty’s private bank and IT index making a bullish trend. On the other hand, weakness in PSU Bank Index and Metal Index kept pressure on the stock market. The Nifty Private Bank index closed with a gain of 0.60 per cent and the IT index 0.44 per cent. On the other hand, the metal index declined by 1.53 per cent and PSU Bank by 1.52 per cent.

Today, out of 20 stocks included in the Sensex in the day’s trading, 17 shares closed in the green with a rise. There was weakness in the same 13 shares and they closed in the red mark. A total of 3,476 shares were traded on the Bombay Stock Exchange today. Of these, 1,291 shares closed in the green with an increase, while 2,045 shares closed in the red mark with a fall, while there was no change in the price of 140 shares.

The Bombay Stock Exchange’s Sensex closed up 125 points today, but due to the fall in the shares of 2,045 companies listed on the BSE, the total market cap of the listed companies also fell to Rs 238.58 lakh crore. Whereas the total market cap of listed companies on Friday was Rs 239.47 crore.

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Among the giants in today’s business, Mahindra & Mahindra joined the list of top 5 gainers with a gain of 2.24 percent, Axis Bank 1.88 percent, Tech Mahindra 1.85 percent, Bajaj Finserv 1.71 percent and IndusInd Bank 1.36 percent. On the other hand, Coal India declined by 1.98 per cent, Tata Consumer by 1.95 per cent, Adani Ports by 1.71 per cent, JSW Steel by 1.55 per cent and Hindalco Industries by 1.48 per cent to join today’s list of top 5 losers.

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