Record breaking times are going on in the domestic stock market. Both the benchmark indices are at a constant high and today, on Friday, 2nd September, 2021, the Sensex has again crossed a new milestone. The BSE Sensex has crossed 58,000 for the first time today. In the opening, the Sensex opened at 58,070.12 with a gain of 217.58 points or 0.38%, which is its record high. There itself. Nifty saw a jump of 61.80 points and the index opened at 17,296.
In the early trade around 9.45 in the morning, the Sensex again fell below the level of 58,000. At 9.44, the Sensex was seeing a gain of 138.10 points, or 0.24%, and the index was at 57,990.64. At the same time, the Nifty was registering a gain of 40.25 points or 0.23% and the index was at 17,274.40.
This is the second consecutive record that the Sensex has broken this week, before the index had crossed 57,000 for the first time on Tuesday. Within three days of this, the Sensex has crossed the level of 58,000.
23 shares of the BSE Sensex based on 30 shares opened in the green. The biggest gains were seen in Kotak Bank, Reliance, L&D, IndusInd Bank and ICICI Bank. On the other hand, the biggest decline was seen in HCL Tech, Nestle India, Tata Consultancy Services and Maruti Suzuki.
Once we have a look at yesterday’s closing, the Sensex closed at a new record level on Thursday by jumping more than 514 points. The market had gained momentum with the rise in IT, FMCG and bank stocks. The Sensex closed at a record high of 57,852.54 points with a gain of 514.33 points, or 0.90 percent. Nifty also closed at the highest level of 17,234.15, up 157.90 points, or 0.92 percent.
According to the data available with the stock market, foreign institutional investors were net buyers in the capital market on Wednesday and bought shares worth Rs 666.66 crore.