Banking stocks are witnessing the maximum boom today.
Share Market Update: BSE Sensex is trading today with a gain of over 200 points. Along with this, now it is about 300 ac away from the historical of 50,000. The Nifty 50 is also seeing a boom. Banking stocks are trading with an edge.
- January 13, 2021, 11:34 AM IST
By 11 am, the Nifty is trading at 14,611 levels with a gain of 0.33 per cent. Whereas, the BSE Sensex is trading at 49,645 with a gain of 0.26 per cent. Apart from Bharti Airtel, shares of Tata Motors and Reliance are also gaining momentum.
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There has been a relief in the retail inflation rate of the country due to reduced prices of vegetables in December. Now it is in the range of 2 to 6 percent by the Reserve Bank of India. However, some economists believe that RBI will not cut policy rates for some time to come.
On Tuesday, Airtel shares saw a 5 per cent rise in the market. The Nifty 50 index got a bigger boost than this. The company is starting the process to limit foreign investment to 100 percent.
The retail inflation rate to 4.59 percent is a positive thing for the market. But today, the rise in the price of crude oil can increase investor concern.
Experts say that during the budget, there can be an upsurge in the market. Since the value has increased a lot and the investors are making profits, there will be some profit booking.
Meanwhile, on Tuesday, the Supreme Court has indefinitely banned the new agricultural law. Due to this law, farmers’ agitations and protests are taking place.
IT sector giant Infosys is going to release its December quarter results today. Today, Infosys shares are seeing a gain of 0.4 per cent.
Bull trend is also seen in Nifty. Experts say that if it goes below 14,470, it may see a big drop. However, it is estimated to be between 14530 and 14490.
Today, most Asian markets are seeing a boom. Another big relief package can be announced in America. America’s newly elected President Joe Biden may soon announce the Kovid relief plan.