new Delhi. Shares of Reliance Industries and HDFC, rising in Asian markets and rising in US markets, are witnessing a second consecutive day in the share market. This boom is also important because the lockdown of 21 days has been announced across the country. Necessary work will be done. In such a situation, the stock market is also kept out of captivity. The government announcement of giving 15 thousand crores to fight the corona virus is being seen in the pharma sector. Bank Nifty is seeing a boom. At the same time, foreign investors are also showing confidence. Midcap and smallcap companies are seeing a decline. The economic package has been asked to be given, but how much and when it will be received has not been announced yet, due to which large sectors like Auto, IT, FMCG are falling.
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Market gains for the second consecutive day
The stock market is seeing an increase for the second consecutive day. The Bombay Stock Exchange's leading index Sensex is trading at 27209.96 points with a gain of 535.93 points. The National Stock Exchange's leading index Nifty 50 is trading at 7949.85 points with a gain of 148.80 points. Shares of small and medium companies are seeing a decline. BSE Small Cap 40.56 and BSE Mid-Cap are trading down by 54.59 points. On the other hand, CNX Midcap index of foreign investors is trading with a gain of 119.60 points.
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Sectoral index on red mark
Except for a few sectors, the sectoral index appears to be trading at a red mark. Talking about the sectors with the first increase, the Bank Nifty is trading with an increase of 189.65 points. At the same time, the pharma sector is seeing a gain of 39.79 points. BSE Auto 210.81 and Bank Exchange are trading down by 301.79 points. Capital Goods 24.68, Consumer Durables 136.51, BSE FMCG 45.28, BSE IT 24.39, BSE Metal 49.20, Oil & Gas 94.56, BSE PSU 34.72 and BSE Tech are up by 29.22 points.
Reliance Industries shares surge
Currently, there is a huge surge in the shares of Reliance Industries. Today, RIL shares are trading at 7.10 per cent. Nestle India shares are seeing a gain of 4.52 percent. Cipla 3.87 per cent, Tech Mahindra 3.39 per cent and Britannia Industries are seeing a gain of 3.28 per cent. On the other hand Yes Bank shares are undergoing a downward trend. The bank's stock is trading at a loss of 7.57 per cent today. IndusInd Bank is trading at 5.39 per cent, L&T 4.07 per cent, ITC 3.51 per cent and Mahindra & Mahindra 3.42 per cent.