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The stock market rose amid expectations from Budget 2021, Sensex gained over 350 points


The stock market rose amid expectations from Budget 2021, Sensex gained over 350 points 1

new Delhi. The stock market has shown a few moments of relief from Budget 2021 amid expectations from the country. After several days, the stock market is seeing tremendous boom. Where the Sensex is trading with a gain of 358.21 points. At the same time, the Nifty 50 is seeing a rise of more than 100 points. There is a boom in all sectors like auto, banking etc. Inflows are being witnessed from foreign investors. Private banks and oil companies are witnessing a boom in stocks. At the same time, shares of pharma companies are seen declining.

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Market boom
Today the stock market is seeing a boom before the budget is presented. The Bombay Stock Exchange’s leading index, the Sensex, is trading at 46,643.98 points with a gain of 358.21 points. While the National Stock Exchange’s leading index Nifty 50 is trading at 13,737.40 points with a gain of 102.80 points. Earlier, the stock market had broken more than 7 percent. BSE Small Cap 136.04, BSE Mid-Cap 103.95 and Foreign Investors Index CNX Midcap are trading with a gain of 146.10 points.

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Greening in Sectoral Index
Today, green is being seen in the sectoral index. Bank Exchange and Bank Nifty are trading with a gain of over 400 points. On the other hand, BSE Auto 224.50 and Capital Goods 211.60 points are seeing good gains. Consumer durables 99.34, BSE FMCG 35.35, BSE Healthcare 87.58, BSE IT 53.84, BSE Metal 12.45, Oil & Gas 73.10, BSE PSU 48.22 and BSE Tech are up 47.24 points.

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Rising and falling shares
First of all, if you talk about rising and falling stocks, then IndusInd Bank shares are seeing a gain of 7.33 percent. ICICI Bank 4.79 per cent, Hindalco and HDFC 1.50 per cent and 1.42 per cent are seen in the shares of BPCL. On the other hand, UPL’s stock is trading down by 6.97 percent. Dr Reddy is down 3.61 per cent, Tech Mahindra 3.60 per cent, Cipla shares are down 2.59 per cent and HCL Tech is down 1.43 per cent.


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