Sensex crosses 35 thousand mark

Mumbai: Unlock-2 is going to be started from July 1 in the country amidst increasing cases of Rona. This time, strictness is maintained in some areas, then many types of discounts have also been given. The stock market has welcomed this new unlock with an open heart. The recovery was recorded on Tuesday in the Indian stock market after Monday's fall a day earlier. In the early trade, the Sensex strengthened to 250 points and once again crossed the 35 thousand mark. Similarly, when talking about Nifty, there was an increase of about 70 points and it reached the level of 10 thousand 400 points.

Due to weak signals from foreign markets, selling pressure remained in the domestic market on Monday. The Sensex fell 210 points, or 0.60 per cent, to close at 34961.52. The Nifty also fell by 71 points, or 0.68 per cent, to 10,312 points from the previous session. Among the 30 stocks of BSE, nine stocks gained, while 21 stocks closed with weakness. The five fastest growing stocks were HDFC Bank (1.97 per cent), Unilever (1.30 per cent), Kotak Bank (1.27 per cent), Bharti Airtel (1.24 per cent) and ITC (1.08 per cent).

On the other hand, the five biggest losers of the Sensex were Axis Bank (4.78 per cent), Tech Mahindra (3.47 per cent), SBIN (2.87 per cent), L&T (2.65 per cent) and IndusInd Bank (2.50 per cent).

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