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A sign of Donald Trump filled investors, market to new peak

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new Delhi. On behalf of US President Donald Trump has signed the Kovid Relief Package. After which the US stock markets closed sharply and the futures market is seeing a good boom. As a result, the Indian stock market has opened beyond the 47 thousand mark for the first time. The Sensex is seeing more than 300 fast. And the Nifty is also seen moving towards 14000 points. Oil stocks are seeing a boom. At the same time, the share of Tata Motors appears to be the top gainer in the Nifty.

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Market share to new peak
Today the stock market is trading a new peak. The Bombay Stock Exchange’s leading index Sensex is trading at 47279.19 points with a gain of 305.65 points. The Sensex reached the all-time hike with 47,354.71 points during the trading session. While the National Stock Exchange’s leading index Nifty is also trading at 13842.35 points for the first time with a gain of 93.10 points. While the Nifty reached a new high of 13,852.40 points in the same session.

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Rising and falling shares
First of all, on the rise stocks, Tata Motors is trading at 4% on the NSE. Whereas Coal India shares are seeing a gain of 2 per cent. At the same time, the shares of JSW Steege and Tata Steez are trading 1.56 and 1.49 per cent. While the stock of SBI is gaining 1.29 percent. Talking about the declining stocks, Asian Paints, Cipla, HDFC and Bharti Airtel are seeing a slight decline on the National Stock Exchange.

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Boom in sectoral index
Today the sectoral index is seeing a boom. Bank Exchange today is the fastest running with 384.80 points. While BSE Auto is trading up 202.07 points. Capital Goods is trading with a gain of 129.22, Consumer durables 247.47, BSE FMCG 71.44, BSE Healthcare 89.48, BSE IT 154.94, BSE Metal 149.82, Oil & Gas 155.72 and BSE Tech 64.27 points.

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