The stock market opened on a decline, Sensex fell more than 700 points below 55,700, Nifty lost 200 points

Stock Market: The stock market has opened again today with a fall and the bad sentiment of the global stock markets has also affected the domestic stock market. The effect of the ongoing war between Russia and Ukraine is being seen on the domestic stock markets and they are open with a decline. The trade has closed yesterday with a strong fall in the US markets and its effect is also being seen on the Indian stock market.

how open market
The Sensex has opened today at 55,629, down more than 618 points and the Nifty has started with a fall of more than 200 points. After the Sensex, the Nifty has also opened at 16593 with a fall of 200 points.

10 minutes after market opening
Within 10 minutes of market opening, there has been some recovery in the market and it is down only by 130 points. In this, business is being seen at 16,663 at 9.25 pm. Midcap shares are also trading in a bullish range, which are showing signs of buying.

Fall in these sectors of BSE
Talking about the sectors of BSE, metal, oil and gas, power and energy, healthcare, auto and PSU banks are currently trading with good momentum. On the other hand, there is a decline in the shares of the auto and financial services sector.

bank nifty down
Bank Nifty opened today with a fall of about 800 points, but with the increase in trade in the market, a slight recovery is being seen in it. At the time of opening of the market, 10 shares of Bank Nifty were trading with a fall in 12, but now it is seeing improvement.

Market in pre-opening
Before the market opened today, the Sensex had fallen more than 600 points in the pre-opening of the market. The Sensex has fallen by 629.28 points, or 1.12 percent, to 55,618. NSE’s Nifty is trading at 16593, down 200 points.

read this also

Good news for Canara Bank customers, interest rates on fixed deposits increased, know how much

There will be no shortage of crude oil in the world, the member countries of IEA took that decision which will also affect India


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *