Stock Market Closing: Indian stock market closed sharply due to buying in FMCG and banking stocks...


Stock Market Closing On 19th September 2022: After the disappointment of the last week, the Indian stock market closed with great gains on the first trading day of this week. Sensex has again managed to cross the figure of 59,000. At the end of today's trading, the index Sensex of the Mumbai Stock Exchange closed at 59,141 points with a gain of 300 points. So the Nifty of the National Stock Exchange closed at 17,622 points with a jump of 91 points.


A total of 3737 shares were traded on the BSE, in which 1675 shares rose and 1933 shares closed in the red mark. There is no change in the price of 129 shares. In today's trading session, 353 shares had an upper circuit while 249 shares closed with a lower circuit. The market capitalization of the stock market has come down to Rs 280.51 lakh crore.

The banking sector, auto, IT, pharma, FMCG, media, and oil and gas sectors rose in Monday's trading session, while consumer durables, energy, and metals sectors declined. Small-cap and mid-cap indices have also closed in the red mark. Of the 50 stocks of Nifty, only 34 stocks closed in the green, and the remaining 16 stocks fell. Out of 30 stocks of Sensex, only 20 stocks have closed in the green mark, the remaining 10 shares closed in the red mark.


Climb sharers
Mahindra 3.43 percent, Bajaj Finance 2.92 percent, HUL 2.08 percent, SBI 1.94 percent, Nestle 1.83 percent, Bajaj Finserv 1.71 percent, HDFC 1.61 percent, ITC 1.25 percent in today's trading session.