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Sensex turns 51 before RBI MPC, Nifty crosses 15,000 mark

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new Delhi. The stock market is seeing good boom for the 5th consecutive day. Today, there is also a meeting of the RBI MPC and there are likely to be big announcements. The effect of which is also being seen in the stock market. The Sensex today has crossed the 51,000 level during the trading level. While the Nifty 50 has crossed the 15 thousand level. According to experts, there is an environment in the stock market due to budget announcements and the rise in foreign equity markets.

Tremendous growth in the stock market
Today the stock market is witnessing tremendous boom. The Bombay Stock Exchange Tax Major Index Sensex is trading at 50985.74 points with a gain of 371.45 points. Reached 51073.27 points during trading levels. Nifty, the major index of the National Stock Exchange, is trading at 14987.75 points with a gain of 50 92.10 points. The Nifty also reached 15014.65 points during trading level.

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Banking sector showing strength
Today again the banking sector is showing its stamina. Bank Exchange 1099.71 and Bank Nifty are trading at 1046.30 points. Consumer durables is trading with a gain of 518.24 points. The BSE PSU is witnessing a gain of 206.44 points. Capital Goods 44.76, BSE FMCG 21.79, BSE Healthcare 28.91 and Oil and Gas are trading up by 32.62 points. On the other hand, BSE Auto 217.58 and BSE IT 200.81 points are falling. BSE Tech 110.31 and BSE Metal are trading at a loss of 57.63 points.

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Rising and falling shares
Talking about the first rising stocks, State Bank of India shares are seeing a gain of 13.01 percent. While IndusInd Bank is trading at 2.54 per cent, Kotak Mahindra Bank 2.03 per cent, HDFC Bank 1.89 per cent and Housing Development Finance Corporation 1.86 per cent. Coal India was trading 1.53 per cent, Power Grid Corporation of India 1.39 per cent, Mahindra & Mahindra 1.21 per cent, Tata Consultancy Services 1.09 per cent and JSW Steel 1.05 per cent.

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