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Market update 9th June 2020. Pharma stocks surge, Dr Reddy’s Labs and IndusInd Bank top gainers.

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Market update 9th June 2020. Pharma stocks surge, Dr Reddy’s Labs and IndusInd Bank top gainers.

 

Overall performance:

Today, Indian indices ended on a low note as sale of stocks was seen majorly in Banking and Auto sector. While, market was in favour of Pharma stocks. When market closed, SENSEX was down by 413.89 points or 1.20%, closing at 33,956.69 and NIFTY was down by 120.80 points or 1.19%, closing at 10,046.65. Almost all sectors ended on a negative note expect for Pharma and Healthcare.

In Broader markets, The S&P BSE midcap index was down by 26.11 points or 0.21%, closing at 12,557.50 and S&P BSE Small cap decreased by 119.28 points or 1.00%, closing at 11,846.05. While, NIFTY Midcap 100 closed at 14,168.65 down by 54.00 points or 0.38% and NIFTY Small cap 100 closed at 4,414.15 increased by 63.55 points or 1.42%.

 

Global indices, commodites and currency:

When Indian market closed, almost all other major indices was trading at a lower note. SGX Nifty was down by 151.60 points or 1.45% and trading at 10,011.50. NASDAQ was trading at 9,924.75 up by 110.67 points or 1.13% and CAC was trading at 5,068.96, decreased by 106.56 points or 1.06%. While, DAX was trading at 12,551.87 down by 267.72 points or 2.09%.

Currently, Gold is trading at 46,450.00 up by 349.00 points and 0.76%. Silver is trading at 48,187.00 up by 2.00 points and 0.01% and Crude oil is trading at 2,817.00 which decreased by 65.00 points or 2.22%.

At the time of closing of Indian indices, USD was trading at Rs 75.61, increased by 0.09%. EURO was trading at Rs 85.23, up by 0.13% and GBP was trading at Rs 95.69, down by 0.22%.

 

Sector wise performance:

Among the sectors, major gain was seen in Pharma sector and losses was seen in IT, Auto, Metal, Energy, Banking and Financial sector. The S&P BSE Auto index decreased by 88.82 points, S&P BSE IT was down by 71.86 points or 0.48%. While, BSE BANKEX was down by 556.90 points or 2.30%. When market closed today, NIFTY FMCG increased by 22.75 points or 0.08%, closing at 29,524.90 and NIFTY Pharma increased by 182.95 points or 1.84%, closing at 10,122.05. While, NIFTY Bank fell by 462.45 points or 2.18% and closed at 20,724.90.

 

Top 5 gainers:

Most of the gainers were from Pharma sector but some Auto stocks also performed well. Today, Dr Reddys Labs increased by 156.20 points or 3.94%, closing at Rs 4,123.80 and IndusInd Bank gained 12.30 points or 2.72% and closed at Rs 463.90. Sun Pharma shares increased by 11.75 points or 2.40%, closing at Rs 500.75, Mahindra and Mahindra was up by 7.90 points or 1.68%, closing at Rs 478.75 and Bharti Infratel shares was up by 2.80 points or 1.22% and closed at Rs 233.

 

Top 5 losers:

Today, shares which declined most were from the Banking and IT sector. Wipro declined by 8.10 points or 3.58%, closing at Rs 218.35. GAIL shares declined by 3.48% or 3.65 points, closing at Rs 101.10, Tata Motors shares were decreased by 4.00 points or by 3.46%, closing at Rs 111.45. Share price of BPCL fell by 12.60 points or 3.20%, closing at Rs 381.50 and ICICI Bank declined by 11.25 points or 3.13%, closing at Rs 348.55.

 

Stock in news:

Stocks which were active by volume includes were Vodafone idea, SBI, BHEL, RBL Bank, Tata Motors, PNB, Trident, Tata Powers, ICICI Bank, Federal Bank, Ashok Leyland and IDFC First Bank. Today, even when market ended on lower note, some stocks from Auto and Pharma sector gained around 2 to 4 percent. Mahindra and Mahindra was in news as their share price increased by 7.90 points, closing at Rs 478.75. Sun Pharma gained 11.75 points and Dr Reddys Labs gained 156.20 points and touched 52 week high, closing at Rs 4,123.80. ICICI Bank was in news because their shares price decreased by 11.25 points and closed at Rs 348.55 and banking stocks such as Kotak Mahindra, Axis Bank and HDFC Bank also fell around 2 to 3 percent.

 

 

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