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The domestic stock market opened with gains on Tuesday. Bombay Stock Exchange’s Sensex was trading 256 points higher at the level of 65911.06 at market opening this morning (9:15 am). Similarly, National Stock Exchange’s benchmark Nifty also jumped by about 75 points and was seen trading at the level of 19768.90. According to money control news, Hindalco Industries, Tata Steel, Adani Enterprises, JSW Steel and HDFC Bank were the major gainers on Nifty at the time of market opening, while Coal India, ONGC, Tata Consumer Products, Cipla and Divis Labs were among the losers.
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The domestic stock market showed signs of bullishness in pre-opening. At 9 am, BSE Sensex opened with a rise of 281.99 points at the level of 65937.14, but the Nifty of the National Stock Exchange opened 37.25 points weaker and was seen trading at the level of 19656.75 at 9 am. There has been a lot of ups and downs in the market in recent times. A trend has been seen. Bank stocks were shocked by RBI’s decision.
Mixed business is going on in the Asian market. According to Money Control, there is an upward trend in GIFT Nifty while a downward trend is being seen in Nikkei. Overall, signals from the global market are mixed. Taiwan’s market is trading 1.13 percent upward. Hang Seng is also trading with a rise of 1.09 percent. Similarly, Shanghai Composite is also trading with a rise of 0.41 percent.
In the last session i.e. on November 20, the domestic stock market had closed with a decline. BSE Sensex fell 139.58 points to close at 65655.15, while National Stock Exchange’s Nifty fell 37.80 points to close at 19694.
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