Stock market sluggish, Sensex-Nifty on pink mark after rally

by Jeremy Spirogis
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new Delhi: The inventory market opened flat on Thursday, the fourth buying and selling day of the week. After a two-day rally, the inventory market opened with a pink mark on Thursday. Sensex and Nifty have began with lethargy. In today's early commerce, monetary companies, steel, banking, auto, and FMCG shares are below stress. At the identical time, IT, media, realty and pharma shares are trying up.

Today the shares of BPCL, Infratel, Vedanta Limited, Yes Bank, SBI, Infosys, Zee Limited and ONGC opened on the inexperienced mark. Bajaj Finance, Hindustan Unilever, BPL, JSW Steel, IndusInd Bank, HCL Tech, Axis Bank, M&M and GAIL are on the pink mark. <! –

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Currently, the 30-share BSE Sensex was buying and selling round 41,473 with a weak spot of 92 factors at 9:44 am. On the NSE, the 50-share Nifty, the most important index of the NSE, was at a degree of 12,172.40 with a weak spot of round 28 factors. The Sensex was up 141.31 factors at 9:10 am through the pre open at 41,707.21. The Nifty was at 12,219.55 after gaining 18.35 factors. Today the rupee opened at 71.39 in opposition to the greenback. Earlier on Wednesday, the rupee closed at 71.33 in opposition to the greenback.

Market closed on Wednesday on inexperienced mark

The inventory market closed on the inexperienced mark on the final buying and selling day i.e. Wednesday after buying and selling for the day. The Sensex closed on the degree of 41,565.90 after gaining 349.76 factors, or 0.85 per cent. At the identical time, the Nifty closed at 12,201.20 after gaining 93.30 factors, or 0.77 per cent.

The rupee opened today at 71.39 in opposition to the greenback. Earlier on Wednesday, the rupee closed at 71.33 in opposition to the greenback.

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