Benchmark indices Sensex and Nifty opened with tepid gains on Friday. BSE Sensex opened 50 points higher at 38,657 and NSE Nifty 50 rose as much as 0.21 percent to 11,621.40.
Here’s a look at live updates for the Indian share market today:
11:20 am: Top gaining sectors are Realty, Oil and Gas, FMCG. Top declining sectors are Cap goods, Telecom, PSU Banks and Metal.
11:10 am: Nifty is trading up by 4 points and Sensex is up by 40 points.
10:55 am: Top losers in the morning trade are Graphite India (-2.16%) Supreme Industries (-2.00%) Dewan Hsg Fin. Corp. (-1.53%).
10:30 am: Top gainers in the morning trade are Oberoi Realty (2.60%) DLF (2.28%) Indraprastha Gas (2.21%).
10:15 am: Among the sectors, top gainer is BSE Oil & Gas, up 0.84 %, whereas the top loser is BSE Cap Goods, down 0.44%.
10:00 am: Market breadth is positive with 35 sectors advancing while 8 sectors are down. More stocks have advanced and the overall market cap of the entire market has increased.
9:55 am: While all Market Cap categories have gained, Small Caps are leading the market with Nifty Small 100 change of 0.34%.
9:45 am: SpiceJet gains over 9% as the airline announced the induction of 16 planes over the next 10 days. It has gained 14 % in the last 2 days. As per BSE, there has been a spurt in the volume traded (45.4 lakh shares on BSE) by more than 2.26 times.
9:30 am: TCS & Infosys are the top gainers ahead of their Q4FY19 numbers due today.
9:15 am: Indian equity benchmarks Sensex gained 50 points and Nifty topped 11,600 level with opening bell. Rupee traded at 69.04 against the dollar. The BSE IT index went up around 0.5 percent from the previous close. TCS & Infosys opened flat ahead of Q4 result.
9:10 am: Asian markets are witnessed sideways movement. Nikkei Index gained 0.4% while Hong Kong and China Index slipped 0.3% each. US Futures gained 26 pts or 0.1% whereas US Dow Jones declined marginally 0.1% on the concern of US-China trade negotiation. European markets ended mixed on Thursday as PM Theresa May accepted the EU’s offer to push the Brexit deadline out six months
9:05 am: Big turnout for India’s 2019 Lok Sabha elections with 63.69% turnout in UP, 53.06% in Bihar, 57.85% in Uttarakhand.
Markets are expected to open flat ahead of March-quarter earnings and on account of global cues. The Indian market ended flat on Thursday, following cautious trading by investors as the country went through the first the phase of Lok Sabha elections for the 91 constituencies yesterday.