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Stock Market Opens on Red Mark

Stock Market

Today, i.e. on Monday, the first trading day of the week, the stock market opened with a fall. Bombay Stock Exchange’s leading index Sensex and the National Stock Exchange’s Nifty started on the red mark. Sensex opened at 40630.24, down 55.26 points (0.14 per cent). At the same time, the Nifty started at a low of 19.25 points (0.16 per cent) at 11,911.10. According to analysts, further market volatility will continue. Hence investors should be cautious.

Talking about the big stocks, today NTPC, Tata Motors, Nestle India, IndusInd Bank and L&T stock started on the green mark. At the same time, Adani Ports, HDFC Life and Doctor Reddy started on the decline.

If we look at the sectoral index, today media, FMCG, private banks, pharma and realty were on the initial rise. IT, finance services, metal, auto and banks opened on the red mark.

On the sixth trading day, the stock market closed on the green mark after day-long fluctuations. The Sensex was up 127.01 points to close at 40685.50, up 0.31 percent. The Nifty closed at the level of 11930.35 with a gain of 0.28 per cent (33.90 points).

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