Sensex Information: Sensex, Nifty rise after fall in oil costs; Asian Paints, Bajaj Finance Lead Gainer
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- on Jul 06, 2022
Indications from Asia remained largely weak as European shares fell in a single day. A agency greenback index, which has an inverse relationship to equities, additionally restricted good points.
The BSE Sensex was buying and selling 277 factors or 0.52 per cent greater at 53,411.22 at 9.22 am. Nifty50 was buying and selling at 15,895.35 with a acquire of 85 factors or 0.53 per cent. Midcap and smallcap indices rose as much as 0.61 per cent.
2.64 per cent to Rs 2,839.30. It rose 1.70 per cent to Rs 5,775.30. , and every yielded a acquire of greater than 1 p.c. , , Larsen & Toubro, and rose to 1 per cent.
Among the many losers, it fell 1.53 per cent to Rs 847.10. , and fell to 0.25 p.c.
VK Vijayakumar, Chief Funding Strategist
Mentioned there have been loads of cues from the markets of late: Brent crude crashed close to $100 a barrel, greenback index climbs above 106, rupee hits lowest degree once more, euro hits 20-year low of greenback However and maybe most necessary from the Indian market perspective, FIIs turned consumers after a protracted hole.
“Whereas the crude crash together with corrections in different commodities like metals is a bearish signal indicating an rising chance of a slowdown within the US, the commodity crash is constructive for the Indian economic system and FIIs changing into a purchaser is a bullish signal for the Indian fairness market. sign.” They mentioned.
Mohit Nigam, head of PMS at Hem Securities, mentioned overseas institutional traders (FIIs) on Tuesday turned internet consumers by shopping for shares value Rs 1,295.84 crore for the primary time since Might 30. That is as per preliminary information accessible with NSE.
Analysts see quick assist and resistance for Nifty 50 at 15,650 and 16,000 respectively.
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