Today, the fourth trading day of the week i.e. Thursday, after the ups and downs of the day, the domestic stock market has closed at the green mark. The Bombay Stock Exchange’s flagship index Sensex rose 222.13 points (0.43 percent) to 51531.52. At the same time, the Nifty on the National Stock Exchange closed at 15173.30, up 66.80 points or 0.44 percent.
The finance minister is happy with the rapid growth in the market after the budget
It is learned that since the presentation of the general budget on February 1, the country’s stock market has seen a strong rise, due to which Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman is also happy. The finance minister said in a program on Tuesday that the stock markets had taken the 2022-22 central budget as ‘positive’. I think for the first time, the market has been rolling in a positive direction for a whole week. Addressing the post-budget program of the Indian Chamber of Commerce (ICC), Sitharaman said the budget has paved the way for more involvement of the private sector, space for entrepreneurs, clarity about spending objectives and genes. The government has made it clear that it wants to stay away from the regions.
The same was true of older stocks
Speaking of large stocks, shares of Hindalco, Reliance, Sun Pharma, Adani Ports and Gayle closed at the green mark today. Eicher Motors, L&T, Tata Motors, Coal India, and Titan stocks closed in the red.
Monitoring of departmental indicators
Looking at the sectoral index, banks, financial services, auto, media, realty and PSU banks are off the red mark today. Private banks, FMCG, metals, IT and pharma are closed at the green mark.
Today the market price has come down
The Sensex fell 143.55 points (0.28 percent) to 51165.84. At the same time, the Nifty opened 33.25 points or 0.22 percent lower at 15073.25.
The market was closed on Wednesday with a slight decline
The domestic stock market closed in red on Wednesday. The Sensex fell 19.69 points (0.04 percent) to 51,309.39. At the same time, the Nifty closed at 15106.50 with a slight fall of 2.80 points or 0.02 percent.