Saturday , April 13 2024

Sensex rose 376 points to 72426

Mumbai: Indian stock markets also ended the week with a sustained rise due to universal rally in global stock markets today ahead of US data. US stock markets were up yesterday ahead of US inflation data, while Asian markets and European markets were up today. Auto stocks led by Mahindra, Maruti Suzuki rose on the report of Mahindra & Mahindra signing a supply agreement with Volkswagen in the battery segment in the Indian stock markets. Nifty touched 2,000 level as funds led by Wipro became big buyers in IT stocks and short covering in capital goods stocks and FMCG stocks led by Larsen & Toubro. Nifty closed at 2040.70 with a gain of 50 points or 129.95 points. While Sensex increased by 376.26 points and closed at 72426.64.

Shares of automobile companies rose

There was a strong rise in the shares of automobile companies today led by Mahindra & Mahindra funds. The stock rose by Rs 70 to Rs 1835.55 after Mahindra announced that it has signed a supply agreement with Volkswagen in the battery segment. Tube Investments increased by Rs 187.80 to Rs 3671.25, Bajaj Auto increased by Rs 236.40 to Rs 8357, TVS Motor increased by Rs 48.70 to Rs 2141.50, Tata Motors increased by Rs 18.55 to Rs 938.75, Maruti Suzuki increased by Rs 213.60 to Rs 11,301.40, Hero MotoCorp increased by Rs 76.45. Rs increased to Rs 4895, Bosch Rs 287.75 The rupee increased to Rs 28,250. BSE Auto Index closed 998.26 points higher at 46992.86.

IT shares are on the rise

BSE IT index closed 435.35 points higher at 39040.82 as funds resumed aggressive buying in IT-software services, technology stocks today. Mastek increased by Rs 244.65 to Rs 3106.95, Sasken Technology increased by Rs 130.75 to Rs 1731.60, 63 Moons Technology increased by Rs 23.45 to Rs 532.30, Mphasis increased by Rs 87.05 to Rs 2798.40, Infosys increased by Rs 24.80 to Rs 1702.40, TCS Increase of Rs 26.95 to Rs 4128.95, Oracle 80.30 The rupee increased to Rs 7887.15.

Attraction is increasing in capital goods stocks

BSE Capital Goods index closed 762.08 points higher at 55999.37 as funds made heavy purchases in capital goods stocks today. Lakshmi Machine Works rose by Rs 786 to Rs 14,923.45, Larsen & Toubro rose by Rs 88.50 to Rs 3389, Polycab rose by Rs 102.10 to Rs 4667, Bharat Forge rose by Rs 24.20 to Rs 1134. 30, ABB India rose by Rs 53.40 to Rs 4521.15, Siemens rose by Rs 38.95 to Rs 4384.60.

Metal-mining stocks surge

Today, BSE Metal Index closed 213.62 points higher at 27621.23 due to selective buying by funds by funds in metal-mining stocks. Jindal Stainless rose by Rs 32.40 to Rs 631.45, SAIL rose by Rs 1.75 to Rs 127.45, JSW Steel rose by Rs 8.35 to Rs 820.50, APL Apollo rose by Rs 13.30 to Rs 1432.65, Tata Steel rose by Rs 1.15 to Rs 142.35.

There was a rise in the shares of realty companies

BSE Realty index closed 104.99 points higher at 6971.19 as funds resumed aggressive buying in shares of realty companies today. Prestige Estate rose by Rs 67.50 to Rs 199.45, Mahindra Life rose by Rs 29.25 to Rs 601.65, Brigade Enterprises rose by Rs 37.70 to Rs 1024.80, Shobha Developers rose by Rs 43.70 to Rs 1441.05, DLF rose by Rs 1441.05. .15.50 up at Rs 866.45, Godrej Properties up Rs 29.85 at Rs 2313.20.

Profit booking in oil and gas shares

Funds in oil and gas stocks were selling at profits today. HPCL fell by Rs 9.35 to Rs 565.60, Indraprastha Gas fell by Rs 5.85 to Rs 438.75, ONGC fell by Rs 2.60 to Rs 274.50, Reliance Industries fell by Rs 20.55 to Rs 2921.35. While Linde India's price rose by Rs 155.20 to Rs 5761, BPCL's price rose by Rs 2.25 to Rs 654.70.

Attraction in FMCG shares

FMCG stocks also remained undervalued today. Manorama rose by Rs 147 to Rs 2008.05, Vadilal Industries rose by Rs 202.75 to Rs 3820, KRBL rose by Rs 16.90 to Rs 354.60, Adani Wilmar rose by Rs 9.40 to Rs 346.70, Bombay Burma Trading rose by Rs 30 to Rs 1762.80, Bannari Aman rose by Rs 38.45 to Rs 253. Rs 8.45, Nestle India Increased by Rs 48.45 to Rs 3680.

Broad rise in small, midcap stocks

At the end of the week, the market situation remained positive as funds, players, investors continued buying in many small, mid cap, cash stocks. Of the total 3935 stocks traded on BSE, the number of gainers was 2194 and the number of decliners was 1659.

Investors' wealth increased to Rs 389.53 lakh crore

Investor wealth i.e. total market capitalization of BSE-listed companies today rose by Rs 2.23 lakh crore to Rs 389.53 lakh crore in a single day as Sensex, Nifty led gains with buying interest in many small and mid cap stocks over the weekend. .

rise in global markets

There was a global decline in global markets today behind America. In the stock markets of Asia-Pacific countries, Nikkei 225 index of Japan's Tokyo Stock Exchange rose 329.30 points to 38487.24, Hong Kong's Hang Seng rose 395.33 points to 16330.96 and China's CSI 300 index rose 21.30 points to 3364.93. In the markets of European countries, Germany's Index showed an improvement of 122 points, France's Cake 40 Index improved by 44 points and Britain's Footsie 100 Index showed an improvement of 85 points.