Sensex opens at 35543, Indian stock market rises

Jun 27 2018 02:19 PM
Sensex opens at 35543, Indian stock market rises

The sluggish start of the Indian stock market is being seen. The BSE index Sensex at 35543 level while the National Stock Exchange index Nifty is open at the level of 10785. Only a few minutes after the market opens, the Sensex is trading at a level of 35517 with a gain of about 27 points and the Nifty is trading at 10767 level with a slight decrease of one point.
The highest selling is in Coal India and ICICI Bank's shares. Coal India dropped 1 percent to 261.85 and ICICI Bank's counter was trading at 285.10 with the weakness of 1.01 percent. On the National Stock Exchange, the midcap index was 0.03 percent and the smallcap 0.01 percent fall.
Due to the increasing trade-war prospects and the oil prices, all Asian market is declining. Japan's Nikkei declined by 0.29 percent to 22276, while China's Shanghai fell by 0.45 percent to 2831, Hongsang fell by 0.56 percent to 28719 and Taiwan's Kospi declined 0.09 percent to 2348. Is trading at the level. At the same time, the past session has closed down with the US market. The main index, Dow Jones, rose by 0.12 percent to 24283, S & P 500 gained 0.22 percent to 2723 and Nasdaq gained 0.39 percent to close at 7561 level.
However, the sectoral index is trading in the red mark except IT, Pharma and Realty. The highest-selling PSU bank is in the shares. Bank (0.12 per cent), Auto (0.07 per cent), Financial Services (0.09 per cent), FMCG (0.39 per cent), Metal (0.19 per cent) and Private Bank (0.12 per cent) are seeing decline.
Talking about the big names in the Nifty, 20 green marks and 30 are trading with the fall. The fastest tech is in the shares of Mahindra, TCS, Infratel, HITEC, and Reliance. At the same time, there is a fall in the shares of BPCL, Hindpetro, IOC, NTPC and Ultra Cement.

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