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The stock market opens with a red signal


The stock market in the country began with a red signal due to the slowdown in trading in the international market. According to the Bombay Stock Exchange’s index on Friday, the Sensex fell 139 points to 48,037.63. Similarly, the Nifty of the National Stock Exchange fell 57 points to 18.075.15.

The Sensex and the Nifty touched the green light during trading. The Sensex rose 260.7 points to close at 48,438.4 as the stock closed on Tuesday. Similarly, the Nifty rose 66.60 points to close at 14,199.50. It touched 14,033.75. During the trading period, the Nifty increased by 581 shares and decreased by 1,022 shares.

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During the trading session, the Sensex fell 273 points to 47,903. The Nifty also fell 84 points to 14,048.15. All sectors except the IT sector are in red. The worst-affected shares in the Nifty are INGC, ICICI Bank and M&M.

Earlier, on the first trading day of the week, on Monday, the Bombay Stock Exchange index rose 241 points to a record high of 48,109. For the first time, the Sensex crossed 48,000 points. The Nifty rose 86 points to 14,104.35. After that, the Sensex rose 308 points to close at 48,176.80 and the Nifty closed at 14,132.90, after raising 114.40 points.