Stock Market opening: Market broke the trend of decline, Sensex-Nifty started straight

Stock Market opening: Market broke the trend of decline, Sensex-Nifty started straight

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new Delhi. The Indian stock market on Wednesday finally broke the trend of decline that has been going on for six trading sessions. In the beginning of trading, Sensex and Nifty made a slow move.

Sensex started trading with a gain of 333 points and opened at 57,633. Similarly, Nifty also started trading openly at 17,194 points with a gain of 103 points. Sensex was trading with a gain of 427 points and Nifty 137 points at 9.30 am due to positive attitude of investors.

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Investors are kind on these shares
With the opening of the market, about 1,388 shares listed on the BSE rose and 554 shares declined. Kotak Mahindra Bank, Tata Motors, Maruti Suzuki and BPCL were trading on the Nifty, while ONGC and L&T were down. Oil and gas, energy, public sector banks and real estate were seeing an increase of about 1 per cent.

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Asian market also on green mark
Most of the markets of Asia were seen trading on the green mark on Wednesday. Singapore Exchange saw a rise of 0.44 percent, Taiwan 0.19 percent and South Korea 0.66 percent. The effect of this boom in Asian markets will also be visible on Indian stock exchanges and experts are expecting the market to open on the green mark today.

Tags: Sensex, Share market

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