Stock Market: After a month, Sensex again crosses 58 thousand, Nifty also rises


new Delhi. The Indian stock market has also started this week with a boom. Sensex and Nifty opened with gains on Monday morning and reached new highs.

The Sensex started trading in the morning with a gain of 166 points and opened at 58,030. Similarly, Nifty also started trading at 17,330 with a gain of 43 points. However, after a few minutes after the market opened, investors came on a sell-off but later recovered and at 9.26 am, the Sensex was trading 96 points higher at 57,959, while the Nifty gained 31 points to trade at 17,318. Had been.

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These stocks saw a rise

Investors have bet fiercely on auto and IT companies today. Due to this, there was a tremendous jump in the shares of Hindalco Industries, Maruti Suzuki, Infosys, Wipro and Coal India. On the contrary, the shares of Asian Paints, Grasim Industries, M&M, IOC and Britannia Industries were trading on a big decline.

Strong jump in Maruti shares

Japanese automaker Maruti Suzuki has announced to invest more than 10 thousand crores in the field of e-vehicles in India. With this move, the company’s shares are showing a tremendous jump today. Apart from this, Ruchi Soya, who is preparing to bring IPO on March 24, is also getting an edge in early trade today.

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Asian markets also opened on the green mark

Most of the stock markets of Asia have opened with gains on Monday morning. There is a jump of 0.76 percent on the stock exchange of Singapore, while Taiwan is trading with a gain of 0.64 percent. Although South Korea’s stock market was down 0.27 percent, but China’s Shanghai Composite was trading with a gain of 0.14 percent.

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