Sensex rose 386 points to a record high of 77079: Nifty also made an all-time high of 23,411; Cronox Lab listed at Rs 165, up 21.3%

On the first trading day of the week, i.e. today, Monday 10 June, the Sensex rose 386 points to an all-time high of 77079. Nifty also rose by 121 points, it also reached a record high of 23,411. However, now there is a slight decline in the market. In today’s trading, out of 30 shares of Sensex, 14 rose and 16 fell. Powergrid’s share has risen the most by 3.30%. At the same time, the shares of Axis Bank, UltraTech, Nestle and SBI have risen by more than 1%. Tech Mahindra, Wipro, Infosys shares have fallen. Chronox Lab listed at Rs 165, up 21.3%. The share of Chronox Lab Sciences was listed today on NSE and BSE stock exchanges at Rs 165, up 21.3%. The company had fixed the price band of IPO at ₹ 129- ₹ 136 per share. Its issue price was Rs 136. Cronox is a specialty chemical manufacturer. IPO of ixigo’s parent company opens today The Initial Public Offer (IPO) of Le Travenues Technologies, the parent company of travel aggregator ixigo, is opening for public subscription from today. Retail investors will be able to bid for this IPO from June 10 to June 12. Through this issue, the company wants to raise a total of ₹ 740.10 crore. For this, the company will issue 12,903,226 new shares worth ₹ 120 crore. At the same time, the existing investors of the company will sell 79,580,900 shares worth ₹ 740.10 through Offer for Sale i.e. OFS. FIIs sold shares worth 16,971 crore Last week, foreign institutional investors (FIIs) sold shares worth more than Rs 16,971 crore, but they made purchases worth more than Rs 4,669 crore in the debt segment. On the other hand, DIIs bought more than Rs 5,578 crore in the cash segment. In the coming week, foreign investors may continue selling shares. The US market was down on Friday The US market closed on a decline on Friday. Dow Jones saw a weakness of 87 points and closed at the level of 38799. Nasdaq Composite fell by 40 points. It closed at the level of 17133. The SP 500 index closed 6 points down at 5346. On June 7, the Sensex had made an all-time high of 76,795 After the Reserve Bank increased the GDP estimate, the Sensex reached an all-time high of 76,795 on the last trading day of the week i.e. on June 7. However, later it came down a bit and the Sensex closed at 76,693 with a gain of 1,618 points. At the same time, Nifty also saw a rise of about 500 points during trading and reached the level of 23,320. Nifty closed at 23,290 with a gain of 468 points. This is the all-time closing high of Nifty. All 30 stocks of Sensex rose. MM’s share rose the most by 5.83%. At the same time, IT companies Wipro and Tech Mahindra rose by about 5%. Shares of Tata Steel, Infosys and Bharti Airtel rose by about 4%.

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