Share market opened flat, Sensex-Nifty in red, these shares are in focus. share market open flat, sensex-nifty in red symbol, NBCC CIPLA RITES are in focus

By Sudhakar Yadav November 20, 2023 10:30 AM IST
Sensex and Nifty are trading in the red.- India TV Paisa
Photo:FILE Sensex and Nifty are trading in the red.

The domestic stock market has had a flat opening in the first trading session of the week. Sensex and Nifty are trading in the red. Bombay Stock Exchange’s benchmark Sensex was seen trading 47 points weaker at the level of 65747.53. Similarly, Nifty of National Stock Exchange was also seen slipping 4.70 points and trading at the level of 19727.10. According to the news of Money Control, as soon as the market opened today, Hindalco Industries, Apollo Hospitals, NTPC, Divis Labs and HCL Technologies were seen trading with higher profits on Nifty, while Axis Bank, Asian Paints, Kotak Mahindra Bank, Cipla and SBI Life Insurance were seen with losses. Stocks living in. Today RITES, Cipla and NBCC stocks are in focus.

Sensex made a strong start in pre-opening

In the pre-opening session, BSE Sensex had a strong start on Monday, while NSE Nifty had a weak open. In the pre-opening session at 9 am today, the Sensex opened with a strong jump of 609.56 points at the level of 66404.29, while the Nifty opened at the level of 19574.05, falling by 157.75 points. In the market today, BSE Mid Cap index was up 0.3%, while Small Cap was up 0.6%.

International market trends

Most Asian markets are trading with a positive trend. There are mixed signals from the global market. Gift Nifty and Dow futures were also seen trading flat. According to the news, the price of crude oil has also softened. Last Friday, the price of oil jumped by more than 4 percent to the level of $ 81 per barrel. Indexes in South Korea and Australia rose while Japan’s Nikkei 225 index was seen trading at a 33-year high. Stocks in Asia rose on Monday after modest gains on Wall Street on Friday as positive sentiment prevailed that the Federal Reserve will soon end its interest rate hikes.

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