Sensex gains 2,303 points and Nifty gains 735 points: Air India fares can be locked for 48 hours, NSE creates world record for transactions

Yesterday’s big news was related to the stock market. After the results of the Lok Sabha elections, the Sensex closed at 74,382 on Wednesday with a gain of 2,303 points (3.20%). On Tuesday (June 4), it had fallen by 4,389 points. On the other hand, the Nifty rose by 735 points (3.36%). It closed at 22,620.35. On the other hand, Tata Group’s airline Air India introduced the ‘Fare Lock’ feature on Wednesday. Through this, customers will be able to lock the fare selected by them for 48 hours. However, for this they will have to pay 500 to 1500 rupees. Before tomorrow’s big news, today’s major events, which will be in focus… Now read yesterday’s big news… 1. Sensex rose 2,303 points, yesterday it had fallen by 4,389 points: Nifty also rose by 735 points, Indusind Bank’s stock rose by 8% After the results of the Lok Sabha elections, on Wednesday, the Sensex closed at 74,382 with a gain of 2,303 points (3.20%). Yesterday it had fallen by 4,389 points. On the other hand, the Nifty rose by 735 points (3.36%). It closed at 22,620.35. In today’s trade, 29 out of 30 Sensex stocks rose. Indusind Bank’s stock rose the most by 7.75%. Tata Steel, MM, Bajaj Finance, Kotak Bank, Hindustan Unilever’s shares closed with a gain of more than 4%. LT saw a slight decline. Click here to read the full news… 2. Air India introduced Fare Lock feature: Customers will be able to lock the fare for 48 hours, fee will be Rs 500 to Rs 1500 Tata Group airline Air India on Wednesday introduced the ‘Fare Lock’ feature. Through this, customers will be able to lock the fare selected by them for 48 hours. However, for this they will have to pay Rs 500 to Rs 1500. The airline said in an official statement, this will help customers avoid unexpected fluctuations in fares. This service is available only for flight options at least 10 days away from the date of booking the service. Click here to read the full news… 3. SpiceJet Chairman said – Hopefully the new government will not be bureaucratic: Will help in the expansion of aviation ecosystem; also plans to raise ₹ 2 thousand crores SpiceJet Chairman Ajay Singh said on Wednesday that the airline is working towards expanding its operations. It will raise about ₹2,000 crores in the next few months. Singh said that the airline is facing problems. We are trying to deal with it. The airline’s accounts will improve in the next two quarters. On NDA getting fewer seats than in 2019, Ajay Singh said that he hopes that the new government will not be bureaucratic and will help in the expansion of the aviation ecosystem. Click here to read the full news… 4. NSE created a world record for the highest number of transactions: 1971 crore transactions and 28.55 crore trades were done in 6 hours and 15 minutes. National Stock Exchange (NSE) has created a world record for the highest number of transactions in a trading day today i.e. on 5 June. NSE CEO Ashish Chauhan gave this information on the social media platform X. He said that today in a business day of 6 hours and 15 minutes (from 9:15 am to 3:30 pm) 1971 crore transactions and 28.55 crore (280.55 million) trades were done. This is the highest world record till date. Click here to read the full news… 5. Hero Zoom Combat Edition launched for Rs 80,967: Sporty design inspired by fighter jet, features like Bluetooth connectivity with cornering light function Hero MotoCorp has launched a new variant Combat Edition of its popular scooter Xoom in India on Wednesday. The new scooter is based on its top variant and its design is inspired by fighter jet. It has sporty design elements compared to the regular model. Hero Zoom Combat Edition has been introduced with a new matte shadow grey color scheme, which has a base grey coat with yellow and black color accents and yellow and white color graphics. Click here to read the full news… Now read the news of your need… Bank FD vs Time Deposit Scheme: Union Bank, BOI and SBI changed the interest rates, see where the interest is more now Union Bank, Bank of India (BOI) and State Bank of India (SBI) have recently changed the interest rates of fixed deposit i.e. FD. In such a situation, if you are planning to get FD in these banks or any other bank, then before that you should also know about the National Time Deposit Scheme of Post Office. Click here to read the full news… Also see who were the top-10 richest people in the world yesterday… Know the status of yesterday’s stock market and gold-silver… Know the latest price of petrol-diesel and gas cylinder…

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