New Delhi. There were record cases of Corona virus this week. While today’s official data has not been revealed, it is estimated that 3.80 lakh new cases are expected in India in the last 24 hours. Despite this, the brightness of its stock market is continuously increasing. If you talk about this week, the Sensex has seen an increase of 2500 points. While the Nifty 50 has also jumped over 700 points. Due to which investors have benefited more than Rs 8.50 lakh crore from Monday to Thursday morning. While talking about today, the Sensex has once again crossed the 50 thousand mark mark. At the same time, the Nifty is trading at more than 15 thousand points.
Glitter in the stock market
Today the stock market is witnessing tremendous excitement. The Bombay Stock Exchange’s leading index Sensex is trading at 50,351.86 points with a gain of 618.02 points. While this week, the Sensex has gained 2300 points. On the other hand, Nifty 50, the major index of the National Stock Exchange, is trading at 15,036.15 points with a gain of 171.60 points. While the Nifty has jumped 703 points this week. BSE Small Cap 183.22, BSE Mid-cap 152.94 and Foreign Investors Index CNX Midcap are trading up by 208.30 points.
Outside the sectoral index
On the other hand, the sectoral index is seeing a good boom. Bank Exchange is trading at 520.04 points and Bank Nifty is up by 461.50 points. BSE Metal 450.01, BSE IT 215.89, Capital Goods 180.26, Oil & Gas 163.78, Consumer Durables 140.09, BSE Auto 107.99, BSE FMCG 73.17, BSE Healthcare 32.54, BSE PSU 78.25 and Tech 86.23 points are trading at a rapid pace.
Rising and falling shares
First, if you talk about rising stocks, then Tata Steel shares are seeing a gain of 4.59 per cent. On the other hand, Bajaj Finance is seeing 3.71 per cent, Hindalco Industries 3.56 per cent, JSW Steel 3.41 per cent, Bajaj Finserv 2.82 per cent. On the other hand, in the case of declining stocks, Tata Consumer shares are seeing a decline of 0.76 per cent, Cipla 0.42 per cent, HCL Technology 0.39 per cent, Nestle India 0.25 per cent, Sun Pharmaceutical Industries 0.09 per cent.