Looking at the performance of the Sectors, among the Major Sectors, FMCG rose by 0.30%, Fertilizer Engineering has shown an upward movement of 0.25%. As far as the Minor Sectors are concerned, Paper has shown a growth of 5.91%, Gold and Jewellery went up by 1.14% and Telecom has made a growth of 0.88%.
Nifty opened at 10382, 55 points gap up from its yesterday’s close of 10312. Nifty made a high of 10400 and is trading above its open at 10390. Major players of the market, FII&PRO had sold 48947 contracts in Index Option yesterday. Nifty trend indicates “Buy-Bias” as on 29th June 2020 but it can switch to “Sell-Bias” or “Buy” at any point.
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On the global front, The US Index, S&P 500 (futures) opened at 3054 today. The Index made a high at 3057, at par with its open. Hong Kong Benchmark Index, Hang Seng opened at 24477, made a day high of 24592 and is trading at 24544. Japan Benchmark Index, Nikkei opened at 22414, made a day high of 22447 and is trading below its open at 22374.
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The US 10 Year T-Note is trading at 139.34. The Bond has crucial support at 117.42 made on 5th Nov 2018. The US Dollar Index is trading at 97.457.
Major Sector Performance as on 29th June
Minor Sector Performance as on 29th June
Large Cap Gainers and Losers as on 29th June
Mid Cap Gainers and Losers as on 29th June
Small Cap Gainers and Losers as on 29th June
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