On the first day of the New Delhi business week, there was a mixed trend in the stock market on Monday . The market was open with rapid growth but soon it was down. The Bombay Stock Exchange's sensitive index Sensex ( BSE ) rose 62.29 points to close at 39,514.36. The National Stock Exchange Nifty ( NSE ) rose 20.70 points (0.18 percent) to trade at 11,844.
With the opening of the business, the shares of 14 companies were trading on the BSE while the shares of 17 companies were under selling. On the Nifty, 21 stocks were green while 29 companies were trading in red.
Talking about the rise in BSE, Asian Paints (0.66 percent), Power Grid (0.51 percent), Mahindra & Mahindra (0.34 percent), NTPC (0.34 percent), TCS (0.30 percent), Maruti (0.17 percent) Percent) and Infosys (0.5 percent). On the other hand, Vedanta Limited (1.89 percent), IndusInd Bank (1.80 percent), Reliance (1.44 percent), Coal India (1.33 percent), Tata Steel (1.25 percent), Axis Bank (1.24 percent), Yes Bank (1.17 percent), Hero Motocorp (1.09 percent) and Tata Motors (0.91 percent) were also included.
On the Nifty, shares of Reliance (0.19 percent), Infratel (0.16 percent), Bharti Airtel (0.13 percent), Wipro (0.07 percent) and ITC (0.07 percent) saw strong growth. On the other hand, Indian Bulls Housing Finance (1.40 per cent), JSW Steel (0.92 per cent), Grasim (0.67 per cent), Eicher Motors (0.59 per cent) and Tata Steel (0.56 per cent) saw decline in trading.
The Sensex dropped by 152.24 points (0.39 percent) to 39,299.83 in the morning at 9.30, while the Nifty was down by 46.85 points (0.40 percent) to 11,776.45.