Markets AT 2:20 PM
Stock Market Holds Gains, But Erases Some Intraday Advances
The Indian stock market has been showing signs of volatility, with benchmark indices erasing some of their intraday gains but still trading higher. As of now, the Nifty is above 17700, but the situation is still developing.
According to reports, the Sensex is up by 498.37 points or 0.83% at 60,307.34, while the Nifty is up by 139.80 points or 0.79% at 17,734.10. A total of 2023 shares have advanced, 1273 shares have declined, and 170 shares are unchanged.
Investors are advised to exercise caution during these uncertain times and keep a close eye on market developments.
Markets AT 2PM
The Indian stock market showed a positive trend on an ongoing basis, with the Nifty staying above 17,700 and the Sensex gaining 500 points. As of now, Adani Enterprises, Tata Motors, Power Grid Corporation, ONGC, and Bajaj Finserv are among the top gainers on the Nifty.
Markets at 1 PM
As of 1 PM, the benchmark indices showed positive momentum with the Nifty hovering around 17,750. The Sensex rose by 590.97 points or 0.99% to reach 60,399.94, while the Nifty increased by 163.80 points or 0.93% to touch 17,758.10. Of the total shares, 2069 saw advances, 1200 declined, and 159 remained unchanged. The market opened at 60,007.04 and rose to a high of 60,498.48, while the previous close was at 59,808.97. Currently, the Sensex is at 60,417.86, up by 608.89 points or 1.02% from the previous close.
Markets at 11 AM
The Indian markets saw a positive start on March 6, with the Nifty opening above 17,700. As of 11 AM, the Sensex was up by 645.88 points or 1.08% at 60,454.85, while the Nifty showed an increase of 192.80 points or 1.10% at 17,787.10. The advance-decline ratio was 2257:892, with 174 shares unchanged.
Markets at 10 AM
The market extended its opening gains and traded at day’s high level, with the Sensex up 582.39 points or 0.97% at 60,391.36 and the Nifty up 175.40 points or 1.00% at 17,769.70. The advance-decline ratio was 2205:795, with 155 shares unchanged.
The Indian rupee opened at a one-month high at 81.75 per dollar, gaining 22 paise on Monday against Friday’s close of 81.97.
Major gainers on the Nifty were Adani Enterprises, Adani Ports, HCL Technologies, Infosys, and Tata Motors, while losers were Britannia Industries, Coal India, JSW Steel, Dr Reddy’s Laboratories, and Hindalco Industries.