Stock Market Highlights
On Thursday, the BSE and National Stock Exchange (NSE) benchmark equity indices trading with gain on Dalal Street as bulls attempted to come back.
Top Gainer of the day on the NSE were HDFC, Power Grid, Sun Pharma, Tata Steel among this Adani Ports was the top gainer of the day with 4.90% gain.
Top loser of the day on the NSE were Godrej Consumer, Info Edge, Biocon, Cipla among this Indus Towers was the top loser of the day with 1.97% loss.
|Index||NIFTY 50||SENSEX||NIFTY BANK|
|52 Week High||18,604.45||62,245.43||41,829.60|
|52 Week Low||12,962.80||44,118.10||28,976.75|
|Index||NIFTY IT||S&P BSE Small cap|
|52 Week High||37,823.15||30,416.82|
|52 Week Low||21,814.40||16,387.53|
Nifty future levels in advance EP-266, last closed at 17,439.
As we all know market is unpredictable, so to give a clear picture we have divided the whole article in certain cases.
Case 1: 17,347 once break will see panic around 17,247_17,170. Buy above 17,347, heading towards 17,470_17,530.
Case 2: Upside Laxman Rekha 17,570_17,630. Don’t forget to sell on rise on rise don’t forget my Laxman Rekha.
Bank Nifty future level in advance EP-266, last closed at 35,695.
Case 1: 36,570_36,830 will act as Hurdle and Laxman Rekha, once crossed 36,830 and stay above this level will zoom to kiss 37,156_37,347. Big Boy Hurdle 37,470_37,650 yes panic at all will see panic which level??
Data of FIIs & DIIs
In the Indian Equity Share Market, The available provisional data of the National Stock Exchange (NSE).
Share worth Rs. 909.71 Crore were Net sold by Foreign Institutional Investors (FIIs), whereas shares worth Rs. 1,372.65 Crore was the net bought by Domestic Institutional Investors (DIIs) on December 02.
On Thursday, a sharply close broad rally sent to a Wall Street, as market participants snapped up bargains recovering grounds lost over recent sessions while digesting the implications of a shifting pandemic.
1.82% to 34,639.79 to 617.75 points, the Dow Jones Industries Average moved up, whereas the Nasdaq Composite gained 0.83% to 15,381.32 or 127.27 points and S&P 500 rose 1.42% to 4,577.1 or 64.06.
On Friday, Asia-Pacific shares were mixed in morning trade following days of turbulent trading this week as investors continue to monitor the situation surrounding the omicron Covid variant.
Topix index moved up by 0.51%, were as Japan’s Nikkei 225 lost 0.27% and South Korea’s Kospi lost 0.41%.
|52 Week High||16,212.23||7,402.68||16,290.19||7,183.08|
|52 Week Low||12,214.74||6,315.34||13,009.48||5,306.58|
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