Sensex Ends 443 Points Higher, Nifty Above 15500, On Weekly F&O Expiry; Reliance Top Loser

New Delhi:- After unsteady between gains and losses, Indian benchmark indices resulted in inexperienced on weekday amid mixed world signs. After unsteady between gains and losses, Indian benchmark indices resulted in inexperienced on weekday amid mixed world signs.

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Benchmark indices turned inexperienced when in short slippery into red. Sensex rose 300 points, whereas not bad Nifty was hovering close to 15500. Sensex slips into red, drops 650 points from day’s high Nifty falls below 15,400.

F&O expiry on the weekly day. During the day, Sensex closed at 443 points, or 0.86 per cent. During the day Sensex goes higher at 52,266. BSE Sensex index up of 52,517 and down of 51,633. The Nifty 50 up 143 points or 0.9 per cent and settled at 15,557. Nifty 50 closed between 15,368 and 15,628.

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Different indices superimposed up to 20, except the not bad PSB index that closed 0.25% down. Shopping for in frontline stocks like Maruti Suzuki, Asian Paints and Bharti Airtel were aiding sentiment, whereas commerce in power system, Titan Co and NTPC unbroken the gains in the markets under control. Traders were inspired as Prime Minister Modi aforementioned the government.

Further support came with run information showing that the country’s exchange reserves in nominal terms, together with valuation effects, rose by $30.3 billion in 2021-22 financial against $99.2 billion growth in FY2020-21.

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