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Weak start of Sensex-Nifty, decline in IT and banking stocks dominate, TCS results will come today

Stock Market Opening: Amidst weak global cues, the Indian market is also witnessing a decline today. Both the Sensex and Nifty indices have started in the red mark on the first day of the week. Weakness was also seen in the pre-openinger market today. The Sensex is trading at the level of 59,023.70 with a fall of 423.48 points or 0.71 percent. Apart from this, the Nifty index is trading at the level of 17,678.70 with a fall of 105.65 points or 0.59 percent.

There are mixed signs in the global market
There are mixed signs in the global market today. The Dow Jones is seeing an uptrend in the US markets. Dow closed with a gain of 37 points. At the same time, Nasdaq and S&P indices are seen in red mark. Apart from this, slowdown is also visible in the Asian market.

TCS to present quarterly results
Let us tell you that in today’s business, the market will get a special focus on the IT sector. Today TCS will present the results of its fourth quarter. At the same time, Infosys will also declare its quarterly results this week.

Top Gainer and Loser Stocks
Out of the top-30 stocks of Sensex, 10 stocks are trading in the green mark. At the same time, the decline in 20 stocks dominates. Today the biggest selling is being seen in Infosys. Infosys is at the level of 1778 with a fall of 1.85 percent. At the same time, NTPC is the top gainer. Shares of NTPC is trading with a gain of 1.09 percent.

Today’s Gainer Shares
Today, in the list of gainer shares, apart from NTPC, the stocks of Power Grid, SBI, Power Grid, ICICI Bank, Bharti Airtel, Ultra Chemical and Sun Pharma are trading in the green.

Shares trading in red mark
Apart from Infosys, shares of many companies including HCL Tech, Wipro, HUL, Reliance, HDFC Bank, LT, HDFC, Nestle India, M&M, Asian Paints, Tata Steel, Kotak Bank, Maruti, Axis Bank in the list of declining stocks. Trading in red mark.

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