The stock market opened today with a huge gain on Tuesday, due to tensions in the Middle East, which closed with a big fall on the first day of the week. The Bombay Stock Exchange Sensitive Index Sensex opened today at 40,983.04 with a strong gain of 306.41 points. By the time the news was written, it went up to a maximum of 41,176.27 points. On the other hand, the Nifty of the National Stock Exchange opened today with a gain of about 86 points at 12,079.10. By the time of writing the news it went up to a maximum of 12,139.50 points.
It is worth noting that the Sensex closed at 40,676.63 on Monday, down 787.98 points due to heavy selling by investors. At the same time, NSE Nifty was down 233.60 points, or 1.91%.
The Sensex was trading 491.79 points at 41,168.42 on Tuesday and the Nifty was trading 142.20 points at 12,135.25 with a gain of 491.79. At this time, out of 50 companies of Nifty, shares of 45 companies were seen trading on green mark and shares of 5 companies on red mark.
There was a rise in these stocks
On Tuesday, the second day of the week, shares of 50 companies of Nifty of the National Stock Exchange, VEDANTA LIMITED, ZEE ENTERTAINMENT ENTERPRISES, YES BANK, INDUSIND BANK and TATA STEEL were the biggest gainers in early trading on Tuesday.
These stocks saw a decline
Among the companies in the Nifty 50 in early trading on the second day of the week, the shares of TECH MAHINDRA, WIPRO, HCL TECHNOLOGIES, INFOSYS and TCS have shown the biggest decline.
The rupee, which closed with a heavy fall on Monday, opened today with a significant increase on Tuesday. The Indian rupee opened today with a gain of 17 paise on Tuesday. The rupee has strengthened due to the improvement in crude oil prices and stock markets. The rupee opened at 71.76 against a dollar today. Significantly, the Indian rupee closed at 71.93 against the dollar on Monday.