During the week, BSE Sensex closed down by 1.35 per cent and Nifty by 1.23 per cent. So far in December, both the indexes have lost about 3 percent.
How was the market performance this week?
There has been a decline in the stock market this week. During this, due to the signals received from foreign markets, there were ups and downs in the domestic market. During the week, the major indices closed with a loss of more than one percent. Profit-booking by foreign investors has been seen continuously amid pressure in many economies around the world. However, amidst this pressure, investors continued to capitalize on opportunities and Market Stock specific action was also seen in the market and in spite of the negative signals in the entire market, there were many stocks where investors have earned a lot of money.
How was the business of the market this week?
During the week, BSE Sensex closed down by 1.35 per cent and Nifty by 1.23 per cent. So far in December, both the indexes have lost about 3 percent. Media sector suffered the most among sectors and the index lost 2.2 percent. FMCG index closed down by 1.8 percent, Realty index by 1.7 percent and IT index by 1.6 percent. On the other hand, there has been an increase of 0.8 percent in the index of public sector banks. During the week, losses in smaller stocks were limited and the BSE Smallcap index closed close to its previous levels. On the other hand, the Large Cap and Mid Cap indices closed with a decline of 1-1 per cent. During this period FII has sold shares worth Rs 1832 crore. While DII has procured about Rs 3500 crore during this period.
Where did investors earn the most
During the week, there have been many such stocks where investors have earned handsomely. According to the report of Moneycontrol, the weekly return of 40 small caps in the week has been more than 10 percent. At the same time, the stock of UCO Bank has jumped up to 54 percent during the week. That is, if an investor had invested Rs 1 lakh in the stock of UCO Bank a week ago, then his investment would have increased to Rs 1.54 lakh. At the same time, investors have earned a lot in many other stocks as well. During this period, National Fertilizer gained 30.33 percent, Andrew Yule 26.74 percent, Orient Green Power 22 percent, Punjab and Sind Bank 19.5 percent, Suryoday Small Finance Bank 17 percent and Suzlon Energy gained 15.22 percent.