Opening Bell: Sensex 54500 after three consecutive days of decline. seen above
Share Market : Indian stocks amid mixed global cues Market early today bell Opening up. Trading on Tuesday also started with an increase, but at the end of trading, both the major indices closed below the red mark. The market fell for the third consecutive day on Tuesday, after which recovery is being seen today. in today’s business Sensex Opened at 54,544.91. The high was seen at 54,555.19 and the low at 54,430.85 during the opening trading session. On Tuesday, the Sensex closed at 54,364.85, down 104.82 points or 0.19%. niftyThe index fell 61.80 points, or 0.38%, on Tuesday. Nifty closed at 16,240.05 at the end of trading. The index opened above 16,270.05 today. Which was seen at the upper level of 16,305.60 and the lower level of 16,259.40.
Global cues mixed
Mixed trading is being seen in the global markets. US markets closed after heavy volatility. However, the Dow Jones closed with a red mark for the fourth consecutive day. Nasdaq, on the other hand, saw a rally and closed with a gain of 1 percent. Growth in the IT giants has supported the US market. Bond yields fell 3 per cent for the second day in a row. Meanwhile, Europe has seen an increase of 1 to 1.5 percent. However, the Asian market is also witnessing a decline. SGX Nifty is slightly down. The index is also trading with red mark.
During the May 10 trading session, Foreign Institutional Investors bought Rs. 3960.59 crore while domestic institutional investors invested Rs. 2958.49 crores.
last season’s business
The stock market declined on Tuesday, the second trading day of the week. The Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) Sensex closed 105.82 points or 0.19% lower at 54,364.85. The Nifty of the National Stock Exchange (NSE) also fell 61.80 points or 0.38%. The index closed at 16,240.05. The biggest fall was in metal and realty stocks. The three-day fall in the market has prompted investors to invest Rs. There was a loss of Rs 11.4 lakh crore. The market capitalization of BSE listed companies fell to Rs. 248.3 lakh crore.