Sensex & Nifty open weak ahead of RBI policy; rupee falls against USD

stock market down Stock Tips – Sensex, Nifty opened lower on Wednesday before the outcome RBI’s bi-monthly policy meeting due later today. At 11 am, BSE Sensex lost 68.78 points to 32,735.66 while NSE Nifty dropped 29.30 points at 10,088.95. The Indian rupee falls 6 paise to 64.44 against the U.S dollar at the interbank FX market ahead of the result of RBI’s monetary policy.

Shares of Reliance Industries cut the losses of key indices whereas, HDFC Bank, State Bank of India, ICICI Bank, ITC, HDFC dragged.

Shares of Infosys Ltd, Coal India Ltd, Kotak Mahindra Bank and Sun Pharma were the only major gainers on Sensex after Reliance, rose up to 0.6 percent while SBI, Tata Steel, Hero MotoCorp, Bajaj Auto and ITC traded in red.

In Nifty-50 pack, shares of Tech Mahindra, Reliance Industries, Infosys, Kotak Mahindra Bank and Zee Entertainment were the top gainers, while Hindalco Vedanta, Tata Steel, Bajaj Auto and Eicher were the top losers in today’s trade.

Stock Market Weekly Update, Nifty Prediction For Tomorrow

share market The Indian Equity Markets are going strength with Sensex and Nifty at historic life-time peak levels almost every day of the week. The smart rally was witnessed in spite of mixed macro-economic data and monthly auto sales numbers.

Sensex opened the week at 33,260, and made a high of 33,733 & low of 33,164 and closed the week at 33,685 whereby it gained 528 points over week.

The Nifty opened the week at 10,353 and made a high of 10,461 & low of 10,323 and closed the week at 10,452 whereby the Nifty closed the week gaining 129 points through the week.

Stock rising sentiment got increased after index heavyweights such as ICICI Bank, Bharti Airtel, Maruti, Suzuki India Ltd, Glenmark, Vedanta and Punjab National Bank came out with good Q2 numbers.

On economic front, the World Bank, on 31 Oct 2017, released the Ease of Doing Business Report, 2018. India has jumped 30 ranks over its rank of 130 in the Report 2017.

At global front, England raised its benchmark interest rate as a first time in 10-years record, while US President Trump chose Jerome Powell as the Federal Reserve Chair person after the current Chair Janet Yellen’s tenure ceases.