Indian Stock Market Opens In Green After Rally In Banking Stocks

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Indian Stock Market Opens In Green After Rally In Banking Stocks

Stock Market Opening On 25th November 2022: Despite the fall in the Asian markets, the Indian stock market opened with a boom on the last day of the week. The Bombay Stock Exchange’s index Sensex opened with a gain of 116 at 62,388. So the Nifty of National Stock Exchange is open at 18528 of 44 digits. But immediately after opening in the green mark, the market declined. At present, Sensex is trading with a fall of 112 points while Nifty is trading with a fall of 29 points.

condition of the sector
In the market, shares of banking, infra and auto sectors are trading fast, while shares of sectors like IT, Pharma, FMCG, Metals, Real Estate, Energy are trading with a decline. If we look at 50 stocks of Nifty, then 21 stocks are trading with a boom, while 29 stocks are down. Out of 30 Sensex stocks, 11 stocks are trading with a boom while 19 stocks are open with a decline. Bank Nifty is still trading at a fast pace. Bank Nifty is trading at 43212 due to buying in banking stocks. Out of 12 shares of Bank Nifty, 10 shares are trading in the green mark, while only two shares are trading in decline.

climbing stocks
If we look at the stocks which are fast today, Axis Bank 1.25%, Larsen 0.94%, IndusInd Bank 0.60%, SBI 0.52%, NTPC 0.41%, Bharti Airtel 0.34%, UltraTech Cement 0.19%, ICICI Bank 0.15%, Tata Steel 0.09 Per cent, Wipro is trading with a speed of 0.08 per cent.

falling stock
The stocks that declined included Bajaj Finance 1.22 per cent, Nestle 1.16 per cent, Power Grid 0.95 per cent, Asian Paints 0.87 per cent, HUL 0.72 per cent, Infosys 0.68 per cent, Titan Company 0.60 per cent, Sun Pharma 0.57 per cent, TCS 0.49 per cent, Kotak Mahindra 0.45. Is trading with a decline of per cent.

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