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Share Market: Sensex-Nifty opens with gains amid mixed global cues

Share Market: Sensex-Nifty opens with gains amid mixed global cues

The stock market saw a sharp rise, but the Sensex Nifty is trading flat.

New Delhi:

Share Market Today: On Wednesday, the domestic stock markets opened with a decent bounce. The market, which had been witnessing a decline for the last five days, had a break on Tuesday with its closing. Today, flat trading is being seen in the market amid mixed global signals. Sensex remains at the level of 49,800 and Nifty 14,700.

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With the market opening today, the Bombay Stock Exchange’s index Sensex opened 123.31 points, or 0.25%, at 49,874.72 level, at 09:16 am. The National Stock Exchange index Nifty was trading at 14,743.80, up by 36 points, or 0.24%.

18 stocks of 30-share index Sensex opened in green mark. With the opening of the market, about 931 stocks have gained, 272 stocks have registered a decline, while there has been no change in the total of 46 stocks.

Let us know that on Tuesday, the Sensex and Nifty closed with a slight increase in the huge fluctuations in the closing signals amid the enthusiastic signals from the global markets. The Sensex rose 7.09 points, or 0.01 percent, to 49,751.41 points, and the Nifty also closed up 32.10 points or 0.22 percent to 14,707.80 points. In other markets of Asia, Shanghai and Seoul markets closed in the fall, while Hong Kong was on the rise. At the same time, a negative trend was seen in the early stages of trading in the European markets.


Meanwhile, the global crude oil benchmark Brent price was up 0.81 percent at $ 64.88 a barrel. At the same time, on Tuesday, the rupee slipped from the day’s high. However, in the end it closed at 72.46 per dollar with a slight gain of three paise. The rupee was unable to hold on to its high level in dollar terms vis-à-vis other currencies. After opening at 72.36 per dollar in the interbank foreign exchange market, the rupee rose to a high of 72.31 per dollar. It also came to a low of 72.46 per dollar.

(With input from language)

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