Share Market Recovery: Sensex-Nifty Closed In Green Marks
The Indian stock market is recovering rapidly despite the global, political & economic crisis. After a day’s trading session, the share market closed with green marks.
The Indian stock market is showing growth for 3 consecutive sessions. However, this morning the market opened on the red mark and continued to move between the Al- and the green mark throughout the day’s trading.
Today, on the fourth trading day of the week, the stock market has closed on the green mark after opening on the red mark.
After a day’s trading session, the market has closed on the green mark. At the end of trading today, the Sensex of Bombay Stock Exchange closed at 55,681.95 points with a gain of 284.42 points or 0.51%, while the Nifty gained 89.15 points or 0.54% to close at 16,610.00 points.
Share Market Condition In The Morning
On Thursday, the share market started with a red mark amid conflicting signals from the international market. Both the Sensex and the Nifty began trading by decreasing at the opening of the trading day.
The Sensex dropped 30 points and started the day at 55,391.93 points. The 50-point Nifty began at 16,523.55 at the same moment, slightly up.
Later, though, it started to decrease. 18 out of the 30 Sensex equities were spotted trading with green markings during the pre-open session.
Current Performance Of Global Market
Now let’s talk about the global market, today there are mixed signals from the global market.
In the US market today, Dow Jones closed up 50 points after trading in a range of 300 points, while Nasdaq closed up 1.6 percent.
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