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 #24NOV2023

November 24, 2023

On November 23, both the BSE Sensex and Nifty50 closed unchanged, with marginal declines. The BSE Sensex stood at 66,018, down 5.4 points, while the Nifty50 dropped 10 points to 19,802. For six consecutive days, the index traded within the range of 19,600 to 19,875.

 

US MARKETS

On Wednesday, stocks experienced gains as bond yields momentarily dropped to their lowest level in two months, further extending the November market rally ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average increased by 184.74 points, marking a 0.53 percent rise to reach 35,273.03. Simultaneously, the S&P 500 showed a climb of 0.41 percent, closing at 4,556.62. The Nasdaq Composite also saw an advance, rising by 0.46 percent to settle at 14,265.86.

 

ASIAN MARKETS

Japan's Nikkei 225 surged by 0.87 percent, while the Topix index also showed an advance of 0.67 percent. Australia's S&P/ASX 200 began the day with a 0.27 percent increase. Similarly, South Korea's Kospi edged up by 0.2 percent, and the small-cap Kosdaq rose by 0.3 percent. However, futures for Hong Kong's Hang Seng index indicated a weaker start at 17,858, in contrast to the HSI's previous close at 17,910.84.

 

OIL & GAS UPDATES:

On Thursday, oil prices experienced a decline of over 1 percent in early trading, continuing the losses observed in the preceding session. The dip followed OPEC+'s decision to postpone a ministerial meeting, sparking concerns that oil producers might opt for a smaller output cut than previously expected.

Brent futures dropped by $1.09, marking a 1.31 percent decrease to $80.89 per barrel, following a decline of as much as 4 percent on Wednesday. Simultaneously, U.S. West Texas Intermediate crude fell by 99 cents, also a 1.31 percent decline, reaching $76.09 per barrel after a previous session drop of up to 5 percent.

 

FII/DII DATA:

1. FIIs net BOUGHT Rs 255.53 crore worth shares on 23 Nov.

2. DIIs net BOUGHT Rs 457.39 crore worth shares on 23 Nov.

 

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