Sensex Today: Equity markets traded on a firm note in early afternoon session after a volatile ride in trade earlier. Sensex was up 100 points around 52,900 levels while Nifty hovered around 15,850 mark.
Precious metal prices hovered near key levels today amid growing inflationary pressures and a relentless global surge in coronavirus cases. Many countries in Asia and Europe are struggling to curb the highly contagious Delta variant of the coronavirus and have been forced into taking lockdown measures.
Sensex: The benchmark indices have rebounded around 300 points from the lows of the day, thanks to buying interest in information technology stocks ahead of the Infosys results scheduled later in the day.
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Sensex, Nifty: The Sensex closed at 52,549.66, down 185.93 points, or 0.35%, while the Nifty was at 15,748.45, down 66.25 points, or 0.42%. FMCG, pharma closed in green on Tuesday. Indian indices were down on Tuesday with pharma stocks being outliers on account of the FM’s allocation of ₹50,000 crore to health infra on Monday.
Sensex Live Updates: Indian indices were trading higher, tracking gains in Asian peers, with broad-based buying seen across sectors. While Metals and Pharma indices lead the gains, IT and energy also contributed to the rise.
Sensex Today: The Indian markets slid in noon deals of Friday’s volatile session after the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) maintained status quo and left repo rate unchanged at 4 per cent, while the stance remained accommodative.
Ethereum is partially responsible for this feat, has it has recorded weekly gains of about 30% with Ether breaking new highs with Ether hitting $4,000 on the FTX exchange. At press time the global crypto market value stood at $2.49 Trillion a 1.17% increase over the last day.
Natural Gas Futures: Traders scaled back their open interest positions in Natural Gas markets for the third consecutive session on Wednesday, this time by around 11.3K contracts considering advanced prints from CME Group. Volume followed suit and shrunk for the second session in a row, now by around 20.8K contracts.
Asian Stock Market: Asian shares dribble near the multi-day top on early Friday as markets couldn’t cheer US President Biden’s first prime-time appearance amid a potential “sell the fact” trade.