Stock Market : Market closed on slight decline, Sensex still above 58200

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Stock Market : Market closed on slight decline, Sensex still above 58200

Today, the third trading day of the week i.e. on Wednesday, the stock market closed on a slight decline after the day's ups and downs. The Bombay Stock Exchange's flagship index Sensex closed at 58,250.26, down 29.22 points (0.05 percent). On the other hand, the Nifty of the National Stock Exchange closed at 17,353.50, down 8.60 points (0.05 percent). The Sensex had gained 2,005.23 points or 3.57 percent in the previous week.


Stock Market : Market closed on slight decline, Sensex still above 58200


Such was the condition of giant stocks

Talking about the big stocks, after a day's trading, the shares of Grasim, Kotak Bank, Power Grid, BPCL, and Coal India closed on the green mark. On the other hand, shares of Divis Lab, Nestle India, SBI Life, Wipro, and Hindalco closed on the red mark.


Keeping an eye on the sectoral index

Looking at the sectoral index, today's Finance Service, Bank, Private Bank, PSU Bank, and Metal closed on the green mark. While FMCG, Media, Pharma, Auto, Realty and IT closed on the red mark.

The market was open at a flat level in early trade

The stock market opened flat in early trade. The Sensex opened with a marginal gain of 9.12 points (0.02 percent) at 58288.60. Nifty opened at 17349 levels with a decline of 13.10 points (0.08 percent).

Stock Market : Market closed on slight decline, Sensex still above 58200

Sensex-Nifty closed on the red mark on Tuesday

On Tuesday, the stock market closed on the red mark after the day's volatility. The Sensex closed at 58,279.48, down 17.43 points (0.03 per cent). On the other hand, Nifty closed at 17,362.10 with a slight decline of 15.70 points (0.09 percent).

The market capitalization of nine of the top 10 companies of Sensex increased last week

The market capitalization of nine of the top 10 Sensex companies increased last week. There was an increase of Rs 2,93,804.34 crore in this. Reliance Industries benefited the most. Only Infosys' market valuation declined. Reliance Industries ranks first in the list of top 10 companies. It is followed by TCS, HDFC Bank, Infosys, Hindustan Unilever, ICICI Bank, HDFC, Bajaj Finance, SBI, and Bharti Airtel respectively.