New Delhi. The stock market opened up on Wednesday amid continued inflow of foreign capital. The Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) Sensex is trading up 236.33 points, or 0.41 percent, at 58,483.42 and the National Stock Exchange (NSE) Nifty is trading 64.60 points or 0.37 percent higher at 17,444.60.
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Out of 30 Sensex stocks, 21 shares are trading with gains and 9 shares are trading in the red mark, in which Titan’s share is trading with 2 percent and Bharti Airtel’s share is trading higher by more than 1 percent. However, there was a negative trend in most of the Asian stock markets during trading, due to which the Indian stock market also saw limited gains. At the same time, the rise in crude oil prices also affected investor sentiment.
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It is noteworthy that during the previous session, the Sensex closed 69.33 points or 0.12 per cent higher at 58,247.09, while the Nifty rose 24.70 points or 0.14 per cent to close at 17,380. Foreign institutional investors (FIIs) bought shares worth Rs 1,649.60 crore on a gross basis yesterday, according to provisional stock market data. Meanwhile, oil benchmark Brent crude was up 0.38 per cent at $73.88 per barrel in the international market.
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