In the top-30 of the Sensex, 28 stocks are rising and only SBI and NTPC are seeing a decline. Infosys, Wipro and IndusInd Bank are the top gainers in the shares.
Infosys and Wipro shares were the biggest gainers.
Today in the seventh consecutive trading session Share Market open quickly. This morning the Sensex rose by 220 points at the level of 58571 and the Nifty opened at the level of 17463 with a gain of 75 points. A gain of 122 points was recorded in Nifty Bank and it opened at the level of 38111. The Sensex is seeing a jump of more than 350 points in the early trade. In the top-30 of the Sensex, 28 stocks are rising and only SBI and NTPC are seeing a decline. Infosys, Wipro and IndusInd Bank are the top gainers in the shares.
The meeting of the Monetary Policy Committee is going on on behalf of the Reserve Bank of India and it will be announced tomorrow. Before that, pressure is being seen on the rupee. According to PTI, there is pressure on the rupee in early trade and it has declined by 24 paise to 79.39 against the dollar.
Monetary policy will be announced today
Prashant Taapsee, Research Analyst, Mehta Equities, said the rally in the US market is showing a positive impact on other Asian markets. The sentiment of investors has also strengthened due to the fall in crude oil and foreign investors are seen making a comeback in the Indian market. Companies have performed well in the June quarter and the monsoon is expected to be strong. All these factors are maintaining a bullish momentum in the market. However, the movement of yields in the US bond market is pointing towards a recession. Nifty is currently trending towards 17500.
The results of these companies will come
Today the results of companies like Adani Enterprises, Balrampur Chini Mills, Berger Paints, Britannia Industries, Dabur India, Dalmia Bharat, GAIL India, LIC Housing Finance, Adani Total Gas, BHEL, Bluestar, Icra Ratings are going to come.
How did the sales of vehicles in July
The data for July has been released by FADA i.e. Federation of Automobile Dealers Associations. Total sales declined by 8 percent. There has been a decline of 11 percent in the sales of two wheelers and 5 percent in the sales of public vehicles, 28 percent in the sales of tractors. At the same time, there has been a jump of 27 percent in consumer vehicle sales.
Vodafone and Adani Wilmar’s performance
Telecom company Vodafone Idea’s consolidated loss stood at Rs 7,296.7 crore on a year-on-year basis in the April-June quarter of the current financial year. The company’s earnings have increased due to increase in duty rates. Adani Wilmar’s consolidated net profit for the first quarter ended June rose 10 per cent to Rs 193.59 crore.