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Sensex Opening Bell Share Market Opening Sensex Nifty Share Market News and Updates

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Big action is seen in the stock market after the decision of the monetary policy committee of the Reserve Bank of India. After the decision to keep the interest rates at 6.5%, the Sensex rose 771.98 (1.02%) points to reach 75,846.49. On the other hand, the Nifty strengthened 228.90 (1.00%) points to reach 23,050.30.

The stock market started trading with volatility on Friday ahead of the Monetary Policy Committee meeting. In early trade, the Sensex slipped by 100 points and reached below 75,000 points. On the other hand, the Nifty also reached the level of 22,800. However, the major benchmark indices managed to recover their losses and the market returned to bullishness.

At 9:40 am, the Sensex was trading at 75,460.53, up 386.02 (0.51%) points. On the other hand, the Nifty strengthened by 121.55 (0.53%) points to reach 22,942.95. In early trade, the rupee rose by 7 paise to reach 83.46 against the dollar.

The Nifty Bank index was trading in the green at 11:10 am after the MPC decision. ICICI Bank (1.03 percent), Federal Bank (1.37 percent), ICICI Bank (1.03 percent), Axis Bank (0.82 percent) and Punjab National Bank (0.77 percent) were the top gainers.

At around the same time, the 50-share sensitive index Nifty of the National Stock Exchange (NSE) was seen trading at 23,078.8 with a gain of 257.4 points and the Sensex was seen trading at 7,5979.0 with a gain of 904.49 points.

On the Nifty 50 index, 44 stocks were trading in the green, while 6 stocks were in the red. Vodafone Idea, Yes Bank, RattanIndia Power, IRB Infra and NHPC were among the most traded stocks on NSE. Shares of Zenith Exports, Cords Cable Ind, HPL Electric Power, Aditya Birla Mani and Avanti Feeds hit their new 52-week highs in today’s trade. Compuage Infocom, Newon Towers, Ambika Agarbatti, Future Supply Chain and Kirti Knowledge hit their 52-week lows.

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