Stock market opens strong for second day in a row, Sensex jumps 325 points, Nifty also in high spirits

The Bombay Stock Exchange index also opened higher on Thursday.- India TV Paisa
Photo: India TV The Bombay Stock Exchange index also opened higher on Thursday.

The domestic stock market opened strongly in the last session of the week amid mixed signals in the global market. Bombay Stock Exchange’s index Sensex, or BSE, opened at 72046.06 with a jump of 324.88 points at 9.15 am for the second consecutive day today. Similarly, the National Stock Exchange’s benchmark Nifty also opened at 21730.90 with an increase of 83.7 points. An increase was also seen in Nifty Bank. It opened the business at 47493.70 with a gain of 55.35 points. As the market opened, Infosys, TCS, Wipro, LTIMindtree and Tech Mahindra were seen as big gainers on the Nifty, while Nestlé India, HUL, Asian Paints, Reliance Industries and Bharti Airtel were among the top gainers, Moneycontrol reported. . The losers

What is the movement in the global market?

Investors in the market today will keep an eye on macroeconomic data like IIP and CPI. Asian markets saw mixed trading, while U.S. stock indexes closed lower overnight on mixed economic data and comments from Fed officials, leaving investors wary of any rate cuts by the U.S. Federal Reserve this year. Think about time and size. Japanese shares opened higher on Friday compared to the previous day.

Australian shares and Hong Kong equity futures fell. The tech-heavy Nasdaq 100 closed 0.2 percent higher overnight. On Friday morning, WTI crude was trading up 1.89 percent at $73.33 and Brent crude was up 1.94 percent at $78.92.

The market remained strong in the pre-opening as well

The domestic stock market also opened with a sharp rise in the pre-opening session. The Sensex was up 286.11 points at 72,012.30 around 9.03 am. At that time the Nifty was also trading at 21,809.35 with a gain of 193.85 points.

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