With strong trading on Thursday, the open market has slipped on the red mark. The dominant index Sensex was trading 52 points down at 35493 and the Nifty was down 19 points at 10,752 levels. The Indian stock market had started strong on Wednesday. The BSE Sensex of the Bombay Stock Exchange rose nearly 100 points to 35644, while the National Stock Exchange (NSE)'s index Nifty opened at 10,808 with a gain of nearly 30 points.
Most buyers are investing in the shares of Adani ports and ICICI Bank. Adani ports are trading at a level of 374 with a rise of 2.19 percent and ICICI Bank is trading 1.11 percent at 296.50 level. On the National Stock Exchange, the midcap index is trading 0.22 percent and Smallcap 0.04 percent.
Trade-induced worries and low oil prices are getting mixed signs in the international market. Japan's Nikkei gained 0.61 percent to 22693, with China's Shanghai down 0.20 percent to 2909, Hangsang 0.60 percent down at 29519 and Taiwan's Kospi declined 0.39 percent to 2354 Is doing business at the level of. At the same time, the US market has closed down with the mixed signals. The main index, Dao Jones, declined by 0.17% at the level of 24657, S & P 500 was up by 0.17 percent at 2767 and Nasdaq 0.72 percent climbed to 7781 level.
Talking about the sectoral index, all the indices are trading in the green mark. Most investment is being done in banking shares. Bank (0.31 percent), Auto (0.24 per cent), Financial Services (0.30 percent), FMCG (0.21 percent), IT (0.14 percent), Metal (0.11 percent), Pharma (0.02 percent), PSU Bank (0.20 percent) Private Bank (0.35 percent) and Realty (0.16 percent) are on the rise.