Equity market FACTORS: Domestic stock markets were on a robust rally on Friday, Sensex ended with 579 points and Nifty over 10,500. Sensex has overtaken the previous 35,000 threshold as a strong rally as part of auto and financial stocks. Maruti Suzuki grew to the highest growth index, with shares increasing by 7.1 percent to 6.6 percent. On the market the overall mood was positive on the back the decline in global crude oil prices and the increasing rupee. The rupee had more than 70 strains over a month to 73, while brent crude oil prices fell to a new low of 7 months.
Earlier, stock markets were more open, positive global signs were observed, such as the gains of Asian contemporaries and the alleviation of global trade war concerns between China and the United States. THE SGX Nifty grew from 0.8% to 10.503, indicating the positive start of Sensex and Nifty.
After rising Asian equity markets, China and the United States have been optimistic about solving the commercial war of crushing, although the technical giant's warning of holiday sales may look at technological stocks in the face of emerging market weaknesses. The highest index of MSCI Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan was 0.46%, increasing the strong profit of the previous section. The improving mood of early Asian trade followed a one-day rise in US equities, while Dow Jones Industrial Average and S & P 500 had 1.06 percent, while Nasdaq Composite gained 1.75 percent, the Reuters report said. The most important elements of today's trade are presented.