Sensex, Nifty open lower amid weak global cues

The Indian indices opened at a low global cue by marking a fall in Sensex by 33.84 points or 0.06% at 58971.43 and nifty was decreased by 11.80 points or 0.07% at 17550.20. About 408 shares got declined,  1302 shares have advanced and 97 shares remained unchanged.

On September 21, ONGC increased by 5.21 percent marking the close at Rs. 135.20, Godrej properties closed at Rs. 1,723.65 by 4.28 percent high and PVR marking an end at Rs. 1,508.50 by 5.95 percent.

On September 21, according to the data available on the NSE, in the Indian equity market, the Foreign institutional investors (FIIs), net bought shares worth Rs 1,041.92 crore, whereas the domestic institutional investors (DIIs) net purchased shares worth Rs 2,167.62 crore. In the pre-opening session, the benchmarks indices marked trading at 09:04 IST, marking Sensex up to 153.31 points and 0.26 percent at 59158.58 and Nifty rose by 37.80 points or 0.22% at 17599.80.

Following the weak trend, the Indian markets are likely to open on a note in global peers associate with concern over China Evergrande group and from Delta Variant for worries over economic growth. US markets ended closely mixed ahead of Federal Reserve’s monetary policy meeting.

On September 22, the Indian indices opened at a low global cue by marking a fall in Sensex by 33.84 points or 0.06% at 58971.43, and nifty was decreased by 11.80 points or 0.07% at 17550.20. About 408 shares got declined,  1302 shares have advanced and 97 shares remained unchanged.

On September 22, a rise in oil price was marked by 1 percent, with overnight gains, as industry data showed last week that US crude stocks decreases from more than expected in the wake of two hurricanes, improving the tight supply of demand. As the investors focused on two key risks the dollar marked one month high.

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