Stock Market closed in green mark on Weekly Expiry

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Stock market closed in green mark on Weekly Expiry

Stock market closed in green

BSE closed up 0.10% at 39,113 points
Nifty up 0.08% at 11,559 points

On Thursday, the BSE closed 39 points and the Nifty up 10 points on the fourth day of trading. The BSE managed to move up 253 points and the Nifty up 66 points during the day’s trading. Today, there was a decline in the power and telecom sectors in the market. The same IndusInd Bank stock closed higher and Reliance stock closed down. Today, the BSE opened 219.61 points and the Nifty opened with a gain of 58.15 points.

At the end of trading, the BSE closed up 39.55 points or 0.10% at 39,113.47 and the Nifty closed up 9.65 points or 0.08% at 11,559.25. Today, Tata Motors shares rose more than 4%. Earlier on Wednesday, the BSE closed 230.04 points up at 39,073.92 and the Nifty closed 78.90 points up at 11,551.15.

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BSE’s market cap stood at Rs 157 lakh crore
Shares of 3,046 companies were traded. In this, the shares of 1,433 companies rose, the shares of 1,439 companies declined. Shares of 187 companies remained at one-year high and shares of 59 companies were at a one-year low
405 companies have an upper circuit and 233 companies have a lower circuit. Growth in worldwide markets on Wednesday saw an increase in markets around the world. The US market Dow Jones was up 83.48 points at 28,331.90, up 0.30 percent. At the same time, Nasdaq, the second US market, was up 250.14 points at 11,971.90, up 2.13 percent. On the other hand, the S&P was up 35.11 points at 3,478.73, up 1.02 percent.

On the other hand, the Shanghai Composite of China had gained 0.29 percent to end at 9.33 points at 3,339.40. The UK, Germany, and France markets also closed in the gains.

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1 COMMENT

  1. Do you have a sense of how the presidential elections will influence the stop market? Would it be wise to sell now and wait to see if the market falls over the next couple of months and through November?

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