Since the war between Russia and Ukraine has been ongoing for one month, the stock market around the world continues to fluctuate. In India, the stock market is also not untouched by this. However, on the fifth and final day of this trading week, the Indian stock markets open with a surge. Sensex opened 226 points up at 57,804 points, while Nifty gained 67 points to open at 17,289 points. This momentum, however, did not last long.
BSE started trading today in 1,460 companies, out of which about 1,003 opened up and 381 declined. 76 companies opened their shares unchanged at the same time. Today, 52 shares are trading at 52-week highs and 6 shares are trading at 52-week lows. Since morning, 102 shares have been trading upper circuit and 68 shares have been trading lower circuit.
Sensex stocks are trading on the green mark in 16 out of 30 cases. 14 is trading for the red mark. Out of 50 stocks in the Nifty, 28 are trading in the green while 22 are trading in the red.
The stock market is seeing gains in sectors such as Banking, Auto, IT, Pharma, Real Estate, Metals, Energy, and Commodities. Small- and mid-cap stocks are being bought. Pharma and FMCG are experiencing declines.
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