Stock Market Opening: Sensex jumps 663 points, then closes to 60 thousand, Nifty rises 200 points...


The Indian stock market made a strong start on Tuesday morning and made gains for the second consecutive session. With a jump of more than 600 points this morning, the Sensex again reached close to 60 thousand, while the Nifty has also made a gain of more than 200 points.


Sensex opened with a gain of 416 points at 59,557 this morning and started trading, while Nifty opened with a jump of 148 points at 17,770 and started trading. Investors maintained positive sentiment from the beginning and due to continuous buying, the Sensex started trading at 59,804 with a gain of 663 points at 9.28 am, while the Nifty rose by 203 points to reach 17,826.

These are the top gainer stocks
Investors bet on companies like Hindalco Industries, IndusInd Bank, Tata Motors, Bajaj Finserv, HCL Technologies, Infosys, and Tech Mahindra from the beginning today and with constant buying, the stocks of these companies reached the list of top gainers.

Apart from this, the shares of Mcleod Russell showed a strong jump of 9 percent, while Ircon International climbed 3 percent. In today's trade, Nifty Midcap 100 and Nifty Smallcap 100 are also trading at a gain of more than 1 percent.

Growth was seen in all sectors
Although all the sectors are trading on the green mark in today's business, Nifty IT and Nifty Media are seeing a rise of more than 1 percent. The Nifty Bank index is showing a jump of more than 1 percent today due to the strong performance of companies like IndusInd Bank, AU Small Finance Bank, and ICICI Bank.


Asian market is also on the green mark
Most of the stock markets of Asia opened on the green mark this morning and are trading with gains. Singapore Stock Exchange is seeing a strong gain of 0.73 percent, while Japan's Nikkei is trading with a strength of 0.40 percent. Taiwan's stock market is trading with a gain of 0.75 percent and South Korea's Kospi 0.40 percent. However, China's Shanghai Composite is still down 0.07 percent today.