Sensex closed above 49,000, news of Covid vaccination dominated the market

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Sensex closed above 49,000, news of Kovid vaccination dominated the market
Sensex closed above 49,000, news of Kovid vaccination dominated the market

News of the introduction of Covid-19 vaccination in the country showed the effect on the investors in the market. The stock market started on Monday and finally the Sensex closed beyond the 49,000 mark on the first day of the week.

Even during the Corona period, the stock market is constantly touching new heights. The Bombay Stock Exchange Sensex gained 486.81 points to close at 49,269.32 on Monday. In the stock markets, the Nifty of the National Stock Exchequer also rose by 137.50 points to 14,484.75 points from the beginning.

Lead from the beginning

The Sensex opened 470 points higher at 49,252 on the first trading day of the week. Similarly, the National Stock Exchange’s Nifty opened 127 points higher at 14,474.

Sensex reaches all-time high level

During the business, the Sensex touched an all-time high of 49,303.79. News of the introduction of Kovid-19 vaccination in the country showed the effect on the investors in the market.




These stocks rose sharply 

HCL Technologies was the biggest gainer on the Sensex. It closed 6.09 percent up at Rs 1,055.05. It stood second on the Nifty and climbed 5.89 percent to Rs 1,053.25. Infosys, HDFC, Maruti, Tech Mahindra, Bajaj Auto were the major gainers on the Sensex. While shares of Bajaj Finserv, Bajaj Finance and Reliance Industries declined.

Pharmaceutical company Sun Pharma, Doctor Reddy’s stock rose up to 1.25 percent. The BSE Healthcare Companies index rose 0.43 percent.

Effect of news of Kovid vaccination

News of the introduction of Kovid-19 vaccination in the country showed the effect on the investors in the market. Pharma, IT, banking, auto, etc. companies stocks rose. Shares of 20 companies out of 30 included in the Sensex and 31 out of the 50 companies included in the Nifty saw a rise.

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