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Market closes sharply on oil and metal sector, Sensex crosses 51 thousand


Market closes sharply on oil and metal sector, Sensex crosses 51 thousand 1

New Delhi. The stock market may not have closed as fast as was expected, but the Sensex crossed the 51,000 mark. At the same time, the Nifty also crossed the 15 thousand level. Today, the oil and metal sector saw the maximum boom. Shares of oil companies witnessed the fastest. At the same time, shares of metal companies have seen an increase. At the same time, ICICI shares have seen a decline of 2 per cent.

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Stock market closed with gains
Today, the stock market was witnessed. The Bombay Stock Exchange’s flagship index Sensex gained 257.62 points to end at 51,039.31 points. On the other hand, Nifty 50, the major index of the National Stock Exchange, closed at 15097.35 points with a gain of 115.35 points. BSE Small Cap 285.01, BSE Mid-Cap 219.95 and Foreign Investors Index CNX Midcap closed up by 356 points.

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Oil and metal sector picks up
Today the sectoral index has seen a boom. Oil and Gas 548.30, BSE Metal 460.23 points, with the fastest closing. At the same time, consumer durables have seen a rise of 305.52 points. While BSE PSU 197.90, BSE Auto 170.07, BSE Healthcare 158.90, BSE IT 117.18, BSE Tech 68.33, Bank Nifty 96.70 and Bank Exchange gained 17.76 points. On the other hand, Capital Goods 1.57, BSE FMCG declined by 28.63 points.

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Rising and falling shares
Talking about the declining stocks, ICICI Bank closed down by 2.04 per cent. On the other hand Nestle India closed down by 1.42 per cent, L&T 1.32 per cent, Titan Company 1.20 per cent and Divis Laboratories 1.15 per cent. On the other hand, when it comes to the rising stocks, Coal India closed with a gain of 8.10 per cent. UPL shares rose by 7.05 per cent, Adani Ports and SEZ by 5.88 per cent, Hindalco Industries by 5.38 per cent and Bharat Petroleum Corporation by 5.21 per cent.


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