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The stock market closed a day before Deepawali, Sensex closed with slight increase


The stock market closed a day before Deepawali, Sensex closed with slight increase 1

new Delhi. Today the stock market witnessed tremendous upsurge. After that, the stock market closed on the green mark after the market closed. Where the Sensex has seen an increase of 86 points. On the other hand, the Nifty managed to cross 12700 points. Eicher Motors today saw more than 7 percent boom. Capital goods, FMCG and tech sectors declined.

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Stock market closed with slight edge
Today, the stock market has closed with a slight increase. The Bombay Stock Exchange’s flagship index Sensex gained 85.81 points to close at 43443 points. While the National Stock Exchange’s major index Nifty 50 has gained 29.15 points to close at 12,719.95 points. The BSE small-cap has closed with a gain of 172.82 and the BSE mid-cap 135.63 points. On the other hand, CNX Midcap index of foreign investors closed at a rapid pace of 170.50 points.

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There was a rapid rise in these sectors
Today there is a big boom in the banking sector today. Bank Exchange closed with a gain of 284.76 and Bank Nifty by 186.90 points. BSE Healthcare closed at 255.11, Consumer durables 146.49, BSE Metal 179.52, Oil & Gas 80.79, BSE Auto 78.54, BSE PSU 29.85 and BSE IT by 20.96 points. While Capital Goods has seen a slight decline of 53.13 points, BSE FMCG 25.44 and BSE Tech 3.55.

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Rising and falling shares
Talking about the first rising shares, Eicher Motors closed 7.11 per cent, Bajaj Finserv 3.50 per cent, Coal India 2.99 per cent, Tata Steel 2.83 per cent and Divis Laboratories 1.98 per cent. While Tata Motors 3.37 per cent, L&T 1.95 per cent, Housing Development Finance Corporation 1.16 per cent, HDFC Bank 1.07 per cent and UPL shares declined by 0.95 per cent.


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