Sensex Today: In India LIVE – NSE, BSE, NIFTY(From +786 to -511 )
Quick Overview on Sensex Today
Value Buying in the wake of last week’s losses
Quick cover purchases
Expectations on central bank packages of many countries
Initially heavily profitable indices
2 new cases of Covid – 19 in India
Stocksheets that collapsed in the last half hour
Sensex gains 786 points to 511 points
And finally closing at 38,144 with a 153 point loss
Nifty ∙ fell for the seventh straight day, losing 69 points to 11,133
Stock market trading roller coaster ride on Monday. The stock market was the biggest gainer, losing all of these gains in the last half hour and recovering to a third of these losses, ending in a moderate loss. Sensex and Nifty gained heavily on Intraday as the short-cover purchases were added to the value buy.
The fall in crude oil prices by 2.2 per cent, and the impact of rising international growth, has seen the central banks of many countries lower rates and take measures to stimulate … But in the last half hour, Sean changed. All these gains have been sparked by the emergence of two latest Covid-19 (Corona) virus cases in India. The BSE Sensex fell 153 points at 38,144 and the Nifty ended 69 points down at 11,133. The stock indices closed for the seventh straight day. Shares of financial, steel and FMCG were heavy. Other than the IT and technology indices, all indices ended in losses.
The benchmark Sensex was trading at 1,297 points in the
last six days. Short-term purchases have positively impacted expectations that central banks of various countries could take action to bolster the economy, which is at risk for the Kovid-19 (Corona) virus. As a result, the Sensex gained 786 points at intraday, reaching 39,083 points. The Nifty also gained 231 points to 11,433. However, the Index collapsed after the Center announced that there were two fresh coronation cases in India. In intraday, the Sensex fell by 511 points to 37,786 and the Nifty by 166 points to 11,036 points.
From the intraday highs, the Sensex fell by 1,297 points and the Nifty by 397 points. The growth in the Indian manufacturing sector, which reached eight-year highs in January this year, slowed down in February, but the acquisition was slow.
Fitch Solutions has been largely unaffected by lowering India’s growth forecast for the current fiscal from 5.1% to 4.9%. The Shanghai, Hong Kong, Seoul and Tokyo indices closed with significant gains. European markets started off profitably but then slumped. Finally ended up mixed.
నేపథ్య SBI subsidiary, SBI Cards and Payments Services IPO (Initial Public Offer) was launched at Rs. This is the worst share gain on the Sensex. This is the third share (55 points) of the Sensex’s 153 points loss.
Shares of over ► 400 fell to a year’s low. Bank of Baroda, Canara Bank, Gail India, Hero MotoCorp, Hindalco, Hindustan Zinc, IndusInd Bank, L&T, Mahindra & Mahindra, Marico, NBCC, NTPC, Oil India, Punjab National Bank, Buildcon, Gillette India, Thermax, Lupine, Raymond, BHEL, ONGC, HPCL, Tata Power, Wipro and others This is a list of the shares.
వాహ Escorts share closed 8 per cent higher at Rs.
మి Alltime High has hit a high of Rs 278 with a 13% gain in Midrand share intraday after a board meeting is scheduled for today (Tuesday). It ended at Rs 238 with a loss of 3%. The company is expected to announce an interim dividend at the meeting.
Break the pullback rally!
Sherkhan by BNP Pariba analyst Gaurav Dua said that there is an expectation that there will be a pullback rally this week with the market losing 7% over the past six days. Despite the pullback rally, the newly registered corona cases have been holding off the start of the pullback rally. He explained that while global markets are stable, our market is not falling.
Investors’ wealth has evaporated by Rs 13 lakh crore over a period of seven days. The market cap of all listed companies on the BSE, which is considered to be the wealth of investors, fell by Rs 13 lakh crore to Rs 145.80 lakh crore.