Sensex and Nifty could not earn money early.
- Sensex struggled to succeed after scoring over 120 points at the start of the trading. In the past trade Bense benchmark Sensex increased from 100 to 35,257.88 and NSE Nifty gained 10,600 marks thanks to its success in auto, pharmaceuticals, energy and finance, due to the inflow of new foreign reserves and global raw material prices. The rupee and those who were far above other Asian markets also affected. After the foreign investors invested in the new market, the trend was positive and the world prices for raw materials further deteriorated, traders reported. Foreign Institutional Investors (FIIs) purchased shares at Rs 277.38 crore, while domestic institutional investors (DII) sold shares on Wednesday at Rs 272.34 crore.Rūzhī has strengthened the US dollar from 72.07 to the dollar on the Forex market up to 24 for trading. The main producers – Hero MotoCorp, Tata Motors, Infosys, L & T, NTPC, Kotak Bank, HDFC Bank, Axis Bank, TCS, Adani Ports, RIL and PowerGrid – up to 1.61%.Yaya Bank, ONGC, M & M and Tata Steel have dropped to 6 percent and have been the top winners.Sectorally, BSE IT, goods for long term consumers, capital, goods, healthcare, real estate and auto indexes were 0.73% higher.At night, the American Dow Jones Industrial Average lost 0.81% in the case of trade, politics and economic worries.
9:40 AM IST Rupee strengthens on the third dayOn Thursday, Indian rupee strengthened against US dollar for the third consecutive time, with Asian currency weakness and decline in crude oil prices. At 9:15 the home currency was sold at $ 72.06 and reached 72.31 on Wednesday. The currency was $ 72.06 per barrel. Return on 10-year government bonds amounted to 7,732% from 7,733% of the previous year. Bonds and yields are reversed.