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Stock News: Sensex crosses 60 thousand for the first time since April, the biggest jump in these stocks

Sensex open with edge

New Delhi: Sensex, a 30-share sensitive index of BSE, once again touched the level of 60,000 points on Wednesday. The Sensex has touched the level of 60 thousand mark for the first time since April 5, 2022. The Sensex was trading at a level of 60,068.79 points on Wednesday (August 17) at 10:02 am with a gain of 226.58 points or 0.38 per cent. In the previous session, the Sensex had closed at the level of 59,842.21 points.

Sensex open with edge

 

On Wednesday, the Sensex opened with a gain of 59,938.05 points. After that there was some ups and downs in it. However, within a short time it stabilized and crossed the psychological level of 60,000 mark. In early trade, the Sensex had reached the level of 60,073.68 points at one time.

Nifty is also very close to the 17,900 mark

Along with the Sensex, the Nifty is also very close to the psychological level of 17,900 points. On Wednesday, the Nifty had reached the level of 17,898.80 points at one time. However, after that it came down a bit. At 10:03 am, the Nifty was trading at a level of 17,885.05 points with a gain of 0.34 percent.

These stocks gained the most on the Sensex

At 10:02 am on BSE Sensex, NTPC shares were seeing the highest jump of 2.74 percent. Apart from this, 2.54 percent in Bajaj Finance, 2.53 percent in Bajaj Finserv, 1.52 percent in Hindustan Unilever Limited, one percent in Asian Paints, 0.78 percent in UltraTech Cement and 0.76 percent in IndusInd Bank. was getting.

Know the reason for the rise in the stock market

Anand James, Chief Market Strategist, Geojit Financial Services, said, “Nifty closed at 17,835 points on Tuesday but we believe that the bullish phase of Nifty is not over yet. This gives us an incentive to continue the rally till the level of 18,200 points. “

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