Trading started with a fall in the Indian market, Sensex slipped below 60,000

Stock Market Opening On 06th April: Trading has started with the fall in the Indian stock market. Due to the fall in Asian stock markets, trading has started with a red mark in the Indian markets. Mumbai Stock Exchange’s index Sensex rose 360 ​​points to 59,815 and National Stock Exchange’s Nifty gained 114 points to start trading at 17,842 points. Bank Nifty is also trading at 37,694 points, down 1.15 percent.

how is nifty
In today’s trading, 13 out of 50 Nifty stocks are trading with a green mark and 37 stocks are trading in the red mark of decline. Whereas out of 30 stocks of Sensex, only 5 shares are trading in green mark and 25 shares are trading in red mark.

sectoral index
Today, sector-wise, if we look at the bullish sectors in the market, all the sectors except Energy Metals are trading in the red mark. However, small cap and midcap stocks are also bullish. Sectors like banking, auto, IT, FMCG, pharma are witnessing a decline.

rising stocks
If we look at the shares that climbed in today’s trade, then Tata Steel 1.73 percent, NTPC 0.84 percent, Larsen 0.63 percent, Ultratech Cement 0.54 percent, Bajaj Finserv 0.29 percent, Bajaj Finance 0.28 percent, Power Grid 0.19 percent, SBI 0.07 percent with a jump of 0.07 percent. are doing.

Today’s Top Losers
HDFC Bank is trading 1.29 percent, HDFC 1.11 percent, Kotak Mahindra 0.91 percent, Tech Mahindra 0.75 percent, Wipro 0.64 percent, ICICI Bank 0.61 percent, Axis Bank 0.54 percent down.

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