Share market decline, Sensex closed by breaking 257 points
Today the stock market closed with a fall. Today, where the Sensex closed at the level of 59771.92 points, down by about 257.14 points. On the other hand, Nifty closed at 17829.20 points down by 59.80 points. Apart from this, a total of 3,401 companies were trading on the BSE today, out of which about 1,597 shares rose and 1,641 shares closed down.
At the same time, there was no difference in the share price of 154 companies. At the same time, today 207 stocks have closed at the high level of 52 weeks. Apart from this, 20 stocks closed at their 52-week low. Apart from this, today 323 shares have upper circuit, while 183 shares have lower circuit. Apart from this, the rupee strengthened by 22 paise to close at 74.46 against the dollar this evening.
Nifty top gainers
Larsen’s stock closed at Rs 1,889.50, up by Rs 74.
Grasim’s stock closed at Rs 1,785.55, up by Rs 42.
The share of UPL closed at Rs 737.05 with a gain of about Rs 17.
Shares of UltraTech Cement closed at Rs 7,887.85, up by Rs 175.
Shares of Asian Paints closed at Rs 3,170.65, up by Rs 67.
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Nifty top losers
Sun Pharma’s stock closed at Rs 787.95, down by Rs 27.
IndusInd Bank shares closed at Rs 1,177.95, down by Rs 35.
Bharti Airtel shares closed at Rs 699.10, down by Rs 14.
Shares of Kotak Mahindra closed at Rs 2,037.55, down by Rs 39.
Shares of ICICI Bank closed at Rs 785.95, down by Rs 15.
Know when the Sensex was started
The Sensex is an index of the Mumbai Stock Exchange (BSE). It was prepared in 1986 for the Mumbai Stock Exchange. Since then it is considered as an important index not only in India but across the world. 30 companies of BSE are included in the Sensex. Earlier the Sensex scores were calculated on the basis of market capitalization-weighting methodology, but now on the basis of free float market capitalization-weighting methodology. The base year of Sensex is 1978-79.
Know when Nifty started
The major index of the National Stock Exchange (NSE) is Nifty. The index level is decided by including the top 50 companies of NSE in Nifty. Nifty Index Nifty is made up of two words. These are National and Fifty. The base year of Nifty is 1995. In Nifty 50, the top 50 companies of NSE are selected on the basis of free float market cap data.
how to buy shares from stock market
If one has a desire to invest in the stock market, then he has to first open a demat and trading account with a stock broker. Shares cannot be bought directly from the stock exchange. PAN, Aadhar and bank account are required to open demat and trading account. If you have these documents, then you can easily open an account with a broker and start investing in the stock market.