Between the strength of the rupee and the positive signals from the Asian markets, the domestic share market started with hike on Monday. On the first day of the trading session, the Sensitive Index Sensex, based on 30 shares of the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE), rose by 276.08 points to 35,971.18. On the National Stock Exchange (NSE), the Sensex based on 50-share Nifty started with a 77.5-point increase at 10,796.80 level. The Sensex gained over 300 points during the trade.
Tata Motors shares rise 2.52 per cent in Sensex On the other hand, Vedanta Limited was 2.46 per cent, Tata Steel at 2.16 per cent, Tata Motors DVR at 1.75 per cent and Yes Bank's stock was up 1.72 per cent. Although Bajaj Auto's share was 0.42 per cent, Kotak Bank's share declined 0.06 per cent.
Earlier on Friday, the Sensex climbed 181 points to close at 35,695. On the other hand, the Nifty also closed 56 points higher at 10728 level. Stocks of the Sensex were witnessed during Friday's trade, including Yes Bank, Bharti Airtel, Tata Motors, Vedanta, SBIIN, Axis Bank, NTPC and ONGC.
Rupees 30 paise stronger
Earlier, on Monday, the rupee began to be stronger against the dollar. The rupee opened at Rs 69.42 with a gain of 30 paise, but the rupee was closed 47 paise at 69.72 against the dollar on the previous trading day.Rajasthan Tourism App - Welcomes to the land of Sun, Sand and adventures