Stock Market Today : A decline was recorded in the American market on Thursday.To 33119.57, the Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped 9.98 points, or 0.03 percent.
The S&P 500 index fell 0.13 percent to 4258.19 and the Nasdaq Composite fell 0.12 percent to 13,219.83. European stocks closed higher on Thursday as US Treasury yields fell following weaker-than-expected jobs data.
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Stock Market Today: On October 05, foreign institutional investors sold Rs 1864.20 crore in the Indian markets. Domestic institutional investors purchased Rs 521.41 crore on this day
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There are indications that Sensex-Nifty will open with a slight rise today on 6th October. Gifty-Nifty is giving positive signals for broader indices with a gain of 16 points. Talking about the last trading session, Sensex-Nifty started with gains yesterday before the RBI MPC results coming today.
At the end of trading, BSE Sensex closed 406 points higher at 65632 and Nifty closed 110 points higher at 19546. On the other hand, the Pivot Point Calculator is indicating that Nifty may get its first support today at 19502, after which the next supports are seen at 19481 and 19447. On the upside, the first resistance for this could be at 19571, after which the next resistances are seen at 19592 and 19626.
Bajaj Finance plans to raise $1 billion through a QIP and preferential offering.
Bajaj Finance said on October 5 that it is preparing to raise Rs 10,000 crore through QIP and preferential issue. The company plans to raise Rs 8800 crore through QIP and Rs 1200 crore through a preferential issue to the company’s promoter Bajaj Finserv.
Sun Pharma to buy around 38% stake in Azerx Health Tech for Rs 28.69 crore
The country’s pharmaceutical giant Sun Pharma has told on October 5 that it has Rs. 28.69 crore
It will acquire approximately 37.76 per cent stake in Azerx Health Tech for Rs. EzeRx is a non-
Is an invasive diagnostic and auxiliary medical device company. Sun Pharma has also said that it is 4.5
It will also buy 4 percent additional stake in Agatsa Software Private Limited for Rs. crore. By which
Its stake in the company will increase to 30.13 percent.
SoftBank to sell partial stake in PV fintech in new block deal worth about $105 million
Japanese tech giant SoftBank is planning to sell an additional 2.54 per cent stake in PB Fintech, the parent company of the country’s largest online insurance platform Policybazaar, through a block deal, multiple industry sources have told Moneycontrol.
According to information received from sources, preparations for the block deal have started. Soft Bank is not exiting PB fintech completely. This is a partial stake sale.
GIFT Nifty is giving good signs for broader indices with a gain of 16 points. GIFT Nifty futures are trading at 19608 points after making a high of 19621 points.
Stock Market Today : There was a decline in the US market on Thursday. The Dow Jones Industrial Average was up 9.98 points or 0.03. The percentage fell and closed at 33119.57. The S&P 500 index fell 0.13 percent to 4,258.19, and the Nasdaq Composite dropped 0.12 percent to 13,219.83.
European stocks closed higher on Thursday after US Treasury yields slipped following weaker-than-expected jobs data. The Stoxx 600 index closed 0.3 percent higher after three weaker sessions. Travel stocks saw a rise of 1.5 percent. Whereas oil and gas had softened a bit. French train maker Alstom fell 37 percent in volatile early trade. London-listed Metro Bank fell by more than 25 percent.
(Today, mixed trading is being seen in Asian markets. GIFT NIFTY is currently showing a weakness of 3.50 points. At the same time, Nikkei is showing a decline of about 0.23 percent at around 30.998.80.
At the same time, Strait Times is showing a decline of 0.26 percent. Taiwan’s market is trading at 16,521.70, up 0.41 per cent. While Hang Seng is up 1.68 per cent at 17,502.63. Kospi is up 0.22 per cent. Business is happening.
softening of crude oil
Stock Market Today : Crude oil fell for the second consecutive day yesterday. Crude oil prices have fallen by about 2 percent. The price of Brett dropped to $83.84 yesterday while it is still trading below 585 Brett today.
WTI is also trading below $83. Crude oil prices have fallen due to fears of decline in demand. The market anticipates long-term high interest rates.
FII and DII statistics
On October 05, foreign institutional investors sold Rs 1864.20 crore in the Indian markets. On this day, domestic institutional investors purchased Rs 521.41 crore.
Shares coming under F&O ban on NSE
4 stocks on NSE on 06 October Punjab National Bank, Indiabulls Housing Finance, Delta Corp and Manappuram Finance.
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