Sensex gains more than 250 points: Nifty also gains 100 points, all its sectoral indices rise

Today, on June 7, the last trading day of the week, the stock market is witnessing a boom. Sensex is trading at 75,330 level with a gain of more than 250 points. At the same time, Nifty has a gain of 100 points, it is trading at 22,920 level. Out of 30 Sensex stocks, 20 are seeing a rise and 10 are seeing a fall. Rise in all sectoral indices of NSE Talking about the sectoral index of NSE, all sectors including metal, PSU bank, auto, financial services, media, FMCG and pharma are witnessing a rise. The IT sector has the highest rise of 1.90%. US markets closed flat US markets witnessed flat trading on Thursday. Dow Jones closed at 38,886 level, up 79 points. At the same time, Nasdaq and SP 500 index closed with a slight decline. The Nasdaq closed 14 points down at 17,173 and the SP 500 index closed 1 point down at 5,352. FIIs sold shares worth ₹ 6,868 crore yesterday Foreign Institutional Investors continued their selling on Thursday, they sold Indian shares worth ₹ 6,867.72 crore. Whereas, domestic Institutional Investors bought shares worth ₹ 3,718.38 crore. The market was up yesterday Before this, yesterday i.e. on 6 June, the Sensex saw a rise. The Sensex closed at 75,074 with a gain of 692 points. Nifty also rose by 201 points. It closed at 22,821. The Midcap index was up by 2.28% and the Smallcap index was up by 3.06%. Out of the 30 Sensex stocks, 23 rose and 7 fell. Tech, public sector bank and realty stocks saw the biggest gains. Tech Mahindra’s stock was the top gainer, it closed at Rs 1,323, up 4.43%. All 10 Adani Group stocks closed with gains. Rahul Gandhi demanded an inquiry into the fall in the market on the day of the Lok Sabha elections. Rahul Gandhi held a press conference on Thursday and called the fall in the stock market on the day of the results on June 4 a big scam. He has demanded a JPC (Joint Parliamentary Committee) inquiry into it. On Rahul’s allegation, BJP leader Piyush Goyal said, ‘Modi government is sure to come once again. Rahul Gandhi seems upset with this. People are being told not to invest. Indian investors did not suffer losses from the trading on June 1 and June 4, but benefited from it. Click to read the full news…

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