After Thursday’s recovery, the Indian stock market is once again sluggish. The Sensex and the Nifty in early trade have moderate growth.

On the last trading day of the week, the Indian stock market started sluggishly on Friday. In the initial minutes of the business, the Sensex and the Nifty were seen trading in modest gains. In the initial trading, the Sensex has surpassed more than 50 points after reaching 38,870. Similarly, the Nifty is trading at a level of 11,590 with a marginal increase of 5 points.

Talking about early business, Yes Bank’s shares got the fastest growth. On the other hand, shares of NTPC, Infosys, IndusInd Bank, and HDFC Bank were also seen trading with an increase. Meanwhile, the auto sector saw a decline in stocks once again. Shares of Tata Motors dropped by more than 1.50 percent. Hero Motors shares fall by more than 1 percent. In the initial minutes, shares of Airtel, Axis Bank, Maruti, Kotak Bank, Vedanta, and ITC remained on the red mark.

What happened on Thursday

If we talk about Thursday’s business, the Sensex has climbed 266 points at 38,823 level. While the Nifty also climbed 84 points to 11,583 During the day’s business, the Sensex has gained more than 300 points compared to the closing of the previous session. If you talk about the Nifty, it has scored more than 100 points. During the day’s trading, the upper level of the Nifty is at the level of 11 thousand 599 and the lower level of 11 thousand 519.

Meanwhile, there is a weakness in the rupee on Friday. It opened at a level of 68.45 with a fall of 1 paise against the dollar. On Thursday, the rupee gained 14 paise to 68.44 The policy cut of US Federal Reserve chairman Jerome Powell had a positive effect on the rupee. However, there was some curb on the strength of the rupee with rising oil prices. Given the decrease in oil reserves and geopolitical tension in the US, global oil standard Brent crude futures rose 0.24 percent to $ 67.17 a barrel.

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