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6/22/21

The Sensex crossed the 53,000 level for the first time, the Nifty crossed 15,800; It took 123 days for the Sensex to rise 1000 points

Stock market at historic highs: 




Dr Reddy's Labs, Bajaj Finance, Nestle, Sun Pharma, Power Grid Corp fall



Indian stock markets are seeing a rally today. The Sensex crossed the 53,000 level for the first time today. At 10.15 am, the Sensex was up 457 points at 53,032, while the Nifty was up 137 points at 15,884. It may be mentioned that on February 16, 2021, the Sensex reached a record level of 52,000. Meanwhile, foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) invested heavily. On February 15, foreign investors bought shares worth Rs 1,234 crore.

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Shares of Maruti Suzuki, ICICI Bank rise
on the Sensex, including shares of Maruti Suzuki, ICICI Bank, Larsen, M&M, TCS. Maruti Suzuki is up 3.79 per cent at 7163.00. ICICI Bank is up 1.69 per cent at 641.70. Although Dr. Shares of Reddy Labs, Bajaj Finance, Nestle, Sun Pharma, Power Grid Corp and others are down. Dr Reddy's Labs traded down 0.34 per cent at 5,261.55. Bajaj Finance traded 0.34 per cent lower at 6095.35.



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Sensex closes 230 points
on first day of the week Indian stock markets closed higher on the first day of the week. The Sensex was up 230 points at 52,574, while the Nifty was up 63 points at 15,746. Shares of NTPC, Titan Company, SBI, HUL, Ultratech Cement and others closed higher on the Sensex. NTPC rose 3.87 per cent to close at 117.95. Titan Company rose 1.87 per cent to close at 1740.85. However, shares of Maruti Suzuki, TCS, Tech Mahindra, M&M, Larsen were down. Maruti Suzuki fell 0.82 per cent to close at 6901.50. TCS fell 0.74 per cent to close at 3272.45.




FII and DII data
Foreign institutional investors (FIIs) bought shares worth Rs 2,680 crore on Friday, June 18, according to provisional data available on the NSE. That is, he bought shares worth more than the amount of rupees he sold. Domestic institutional investors (DIIs) bought shares worth Rs 446 crore.

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