Stock Market Opening update on 12 may 2021 sensex loose 240 points nifty 64 check details varpat

New Delhi. After Tuesday, the domestic stock market opened with a downward trend on Wednesday. On May 12, the BSE Sensex opened 240 points, or 0.49 per cent, at 48,921.64. At the same time, NSE Nifty also had a weak start. Nifty50 opened at 14,786.30, down 64.45 points, or 0.43 per cent. HDFC and Mahindra are the biggest losers in opening trade. At the same time, the share of NTPC and Power Grid is the fastest. Let us know that earlier on Tuesday, the Sensex and Nifty had closed on the red mark with the fall. The market has disappointed investors for the second consecutive day. Please tell that tomorrow is Eid on 13 May and the stock market will be closed on this occasion. That is, there will be no business in the market tomorrow. Business in 2,194 companies During the opening trade on Wednesday, the BSE is being traded in about 2,215 companies. Of these, 1,479 are trading with gains and 645. Today’s total market cap is more than 2 crore 13 lakh rupees. Also read- Good news: On Akshaya Tritiya day, 2000 rupees will come to the account of farmers, on this day PM Modi will also talkStocks of these companies fall HDFC shares slipped 1.75% on BSE during initial trading, while M&M, Hindustan Unilever, Nestle India, Kotak Bank, ICICI Bank, IndusInd Bank, Axis Bank, Reliance, TCS, Bharti Airtel, HDFC Bank, Ultra Cement, Bajaj Finance Today, there is a decline in the shares of heavyweight Maruti Maruti. At the same time, today the share of POWER GRID and NTPC has risen by more than 2-2 per cent. Apart from this, shares of LT, SBI, BAJAJ-AUTO, ONGC are fast. These are today’s top gainers and losers
Today, top gainers on the NSE are NTPC, ONGC, POWER GRID, IOC and TATA MOTORS. At the same time, the losers have HDFC, M&M, HINDUNILVR, SHREECEM and TECHM. Mixed effect in sectoral index Talking about the sectoral index, during the initial trade, the BSE MidCap is down by 54 points. BSE SmallCap has a lead of 33 points. BSE AUTO, BSE BANKEX, CONSUMER DURABLES, Telecom, Private Banks, Energy, METAL, OIL & GAS. At the same time, growth has been seen in PSU, POWER, Infrastructure and CAPITAL GOODS. Nifty Bank is also trading with a fall.

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