Domestic stock markets open flat, Sensex trading at 66040 level, Nifty also in green.

Bombay Stock Exchange's benchmark Sensex and National Stock Exchange both opened positive.- India TV Paisa
Image: File Both Bombay Stock Exchange’s benchmark Sensex and National Stock Exchange opened positive.

The country’s stock market started flat in the last session of the week on Friday. Both Bombay Stock Exchange’s benchmark Sensex and National Stock Exchange opened positive. As the market opened, the Sensex was trading at 66043.12 with a marginal gain of 25.31 points at 9.15 am. The National Stock Exchange’s Nifty was also trading at 19821.10, a marginal gain of 19.10. Cipla, Divis Labs, Dr Reddy’s Laboratories, Grasim Industries, NTPC were seen trading with big gains on the Nifty, while TCS, BPCL, Kotak Mahindra Bank, Apollo Hospitals and Bharti were seen trading with big gains on the Nifty, Money Control reported. Airtel. Was at a loss.

How was the pre-opening?

The local stock market had a mixed start on Friday. BSE’s Sensex was seen trading down 86.25 points at 65931.56 at 9.02 am today, while NSE’s Nifty was seen trading at 19805.55 with a slight gain of 3.55 points.

International market today

A positive trend is being seen in the Asian markets. Japan’s Nikkei 225 rose 0.97% to 33,775.20 and the TOPIX added 0.74% to 2,395.90. Similarly, South Korea’s KOSPI fell marginally to 2,511.59. Hong Kong’s Hang Seng fell 0.78 percent to 17,771.75. Brent crude futures rose early in Asian trading on Friday, paring losses in the previous session.

These companies are on the banned list today.

According to Money Control News, Balrampur Sugar Mill and HPCL have been included in the F&O ban list for November 24. According to the news, BHEL and NMDC have been excluded from the list.

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