Stock market opened with gains on the first day, value of rupee increased

Nov 18 2019 01:27 PM
Stock market opened with gains on the first day, value of rupee increased

The stock market opened today with an increase on the first day of the week. The Bombay Stock Exchange Sensitive Index Sensex opened 74.39 points higher at 40,431.08 today. After the market opened, the Sensex rose to a maximum of 40,542.40 points by 9.35 am. On the other hand, the Nifty of the National Stock Exchange opened today with a gain of 19.7 points at 11,915.15. Presently it went up to a maximum of 11,946.20 points.

The Sensex was trading at 40,360.84 with a gain of 4.15 points at 9.36 minutes on Friday and the Nifty was trading at 11,904.00 with a gain of 8.55 points. At this time, out of 50 companies of Nifty, 27 companies were trading on the green mark and 23 companies were trading on red marks.

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Shares of these companies saw a rise - Out of the 50 stocks of Nifty of the National Stock Exchange, in the initial trade, the shares of Bharti Airtel, GRASIM, BPCL, INFRATEL and State Bank of India were the fastest.

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The decline in shares of these companies - Among the companies involved in the Nifty 50 in the initial trade, GAIL, YES BANK, ONGC, M&M and COAL INDIA companies have seen the biggest decline.

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Indian Rupee and Crude Oil - Indian Rupee is open on Monday on the first day of the week with the increase. The rupee opened today with a strength of 11 paise. Due to which the value of the Indian rupee has come down to 71.68 per dollar. It is said that the Indian rupee closed at 71.79 against the dollar on Friday. On Monday too, the rupee was trending in early trade. On Monday morning, crude oil WTI futures were trading at $ 57.83 per barrel without any change and Brent oil futures were trading at 63.33 dollars per barrel with a gain of 0.05 percent.