SENSEX 73,872.29 66.14 (0.09%)
INDIA VIX 14.92 0.07 (-0.47%)
NIFTY 200 12,386.95 17.00 (0.14%)
NIFTY 50 22,405.60 27.20 (0.12%)
NIFTY AUTO 20,840.20 101.75 (-0.49%)
NIFTY BANK 47,456.10 158.60 (0.34%)
NIFTY ENERGY 40,466.60 713.05 (1.79%)
NIFTY FIN SERVICE 20,927.25 79.00 (0.38%)
NIFTY FMCG 54,221.75 244.35 (-0.45%)
NIFTY INFRA 8,334.40 70.75 (0.86%)
NIFTY IT 37,314.80 291.00 (-0.77%)
NIFTY MEDIA 2,017.15 38.10 (-1.85%)
NIFTY METAL 8,318.95 18.85 (-0.23%)
NIFTY PHARMA 18,960.20 54.65 (0.29%)
NIFTY PSU BANK 7,139.50 18.65 (0.26%)
NIFTY PVT BANK 23,779.70 93.85 (0.40%)
NIFTY REALTY 927.45 1.50 (0.16%)

#STREETGAINS #MARKETSVIEW #01DEC2023

December 01, 2023

On November 30, The BSE Sensex experienced an increase of 87 points, reaching 66,988, whereas the Nifty50 saw a rise of 37 points, reaching 20,133.

 

US MARKETS

The Dow soared by 520 points (1.47%) to a close of 35,950.89, surpassing its previous high for the year in August. The S&P 500 increased by 0.4% to reach 4,567.80. However, the Nasdaq Composite dipped about 0.2% to 14,226.22 as investors opted to cash in profits from leading Big Tech stocks that fuelled the November resurgence. November marked a turnaround for indices: the Dow broke its three-month losing streak with an 8.9% gain, while the S&P 500 and Nasdaq surged by 8.9% and 10.7%, respectively.

 

ASIAN MARKETS

In Australia, the S&P/ASX 200 slightly declined by 0.55% after three consecutive days of gains. South Korea's Kospi dropped by 0.89%, and the small cap Kosdaq fell by 0.79%. Japan's Nikkei 225 hovered just below the flatline, while the Topix defied the trend by opening 0.21% higher. Futures for Hong Kong's Hang Seng index indicated a positive opening at 17,052, contrasting with the HSI's previous close of 17,042.88.

 

OIL & GAS UPDATES:

On Thursday, U.S. crude initially rose but later dropped, with traders increasingly sceptical that OPEC+, comprising OPEC and its oil-producing allies, will fulfill pledged output reductions.

The West Texas Intermediate contract for January decreased by $1.20 (1.54%) to $76.66 per barrel, while the January Brent contract slipped by 14 cents (0.17%) to reach $82.96 per barrel.

 

FII/DII DATA:

1. FIIs net BOUGHT Rs 8,147.85 crore worth shares on 30 Nov.

2. DIIs net BOUGHT Rs 780.32 crore worth shares on 30 Nov.

 

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