The stock market continues to boom amid Maharashtra’s political ups and downs. Sensex of Bombay Stock Exchange ie. BSE is continuously making new records. The index opened at a new record of 41,022.85 on Tuesday. This is the first time the Sensex has opened beyond the 41,000 level. On the other hand, the NSE opened at 12,110.20 points, climbing 36.45 points on the benchmark Nifty. On the expectation of progress in the trade deal between the US and China on Monday, the Asian markets gained momentum, which also affected the Indian market. The sentiment was also bullish, with the arrival of foreign funds in Indian stocks intensifying on hopes of the US Federal Reserve to maintain its soft monetary policy.
The stock market continues to boom amid Maharashtra’s political ups and downs.
Even today, a positive sentiment is visible in the market due to these reasons. In early trade, the Sensex saw a boom. The Sensex was up 216.48 points at 41,105.71 points at 9.28 PM. At the same time, the Nifty was seen trading at 12,130.20 points, up 56.45 points. Among the Sensex stocks which saw the maximum interest of investors in the early trade were Yes Bank, ICICI Bank, Tata Steel, ONGC and Sun Pharma. On the other hand, Bharti Airtel, PowerGrid. Bajaj Auto, Axis Bank and L&T were among the leading losers.Talking about Nifty shares, Tata Steel, ICICI Bank, Hindalco, Sun Pharma and Yes Bank are seeing a boom and Infratel, Zee Limited, Bharta Airtel, Nestleindia and Grasim are seeing a decline. On Monday, the stock market benchmark index was up more than one