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The stock market closed with great momentum, there was tremendous growth in IT and energy stocks – News

Stock Market Closing: On 02nd June 2022: In the trading session of Thursday, the Indian stock market saw a great rise. Due to global cues and buying by investors, this rally was seen in the market and both the indexes closed with a sharp rise. At the end of today’s trading, Sensex 436 and Nifty closed with a gain of 105 points.

market condition
Mumbai Stock Exchange’s index Sensex rose 437 points to 55,818 points, while National Stock Exchange’s Nifty closed 101 points higher at 16,628 points.

Sector’s condition
The sectors which have been involved in today’s boom in the stock market include IT, FMCG, Energy, Media, Metals. On the other hand, there was a decline in the shares of banking, auto, sectors. Nifty IT closed at 29,792 points with a jump of 1.82 percent i.e. 532 points. Of the 50 stocks of Nifty, 28 shares closed in the green while 22 shares closed in the red mark. All 30 stocks of Sensex closed in 21 green mark and 9 shares in red mark. In 3,444 shares, 1969 shares closed in the green mark and 1340 shares closed in the red mark. Upper circuit was engaged in 299 shares. So the lower circuit was installed in 187.

rising stocks
These shares closed with great momentum amid a huge boom in the stock market. Reliance 3.51 percent, Bajaj Finserv 2.88 percent, Sun Pharma 2.235 percent, HCL Tech 2.08 percent, TCS 1.98 percent, Infosys 1.96 percent, Asian Paints 1.94 percent, Tata Steel 1.72 percent, Bajaj Finance 0.82 percent, closed with the gains.

falling stocks
If we look at the falling stock, HDFC 1.50 percent, HUL 1.02 percent, Power Grid 1 percent, HDFC Bank 0.80 percent, Kotak Mahindra 0.59 percent, Maruti Suzuki 0.38 percent, ICICI Bank 0.36 percent, Mahindra 0.32 percent, Larsen 0.17 percent down. Closed together.

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