Stock market sprung due to strong global cues, Sensex rises strongly
Stock market sprung due to strong global cues, Sensex rises strongly

Mumbai: The Indian stock market started with an upward trajectory on Monday due to strong international cues. In the morning, the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) major index Sensex opened at 34,892.03 with a strength of 179 points and by 947 it jumped 465 points to reach 35,196. Similarly, the National Stock Exchange (NSE) major index Nifty opened with a gain of 118 points at 10,318.75.

Around 984 shares are trading at the beginning of trading and 243 shares are trading down. Meanwhile, Reliance Industries has become the first company in the Indian stock market to achieve a market cap of $ 150 billion. Its market capitalization has increased to Rs 11,23,817.74. The main stocks in the Sensex were Cipla, Bajaj Finserv, Bajaj Finance, Bajaj Auto, AXIS Bank, Kotak Bank, NTPC, Power Grid etc. Similarly, Tata Steel, ONGC, HCLTech, HDFC, Maruti etc. were among the major stocks falling.

The rupee remained flat on Monday and opened at 76.17 against the dollar. The rupee had closed at 76.19 on Friday. On Friday, the stock market saw an increase. On Friday, the Sensex gained 523 points to close at 34,731. Similarly, the Nifty closed with a gain of 153 points to cross the 10,200 marks.

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