The Nifty futures closed positive at the 14,763 level with a gain of 0.44%. Among the specific stocks, Adani Ports, SRF, Adani Enterprise, Tata Chemicals NSE 6.22%, Glenmark, Tata Consumers, Cadila Healthcare, Asian Paints, Pidilite Industries, JSW Steel, Ramco Cement, MFSL, UPL NSE 2.34% Has gone. , Divi’s Labs, Apollo Hospital, Biocon, Dabur, Sun Pharma and Lupine but weak in MGL, UBL, PowerGrid, Siemens NSE -2.11%, Jubilant FoodWorks NSE-1.41%, Escorts, Eicher Motor and Axis Bank.
The Nifty opened positively on Tuesday but failed to stick to a high and consolidated over a wide trading range for the most part of the session. It saw swings within a range and settled the day with a lead of about 45 points.
The bank opened Nifty positive, but there was a lot of talk throughout the day. Bears were prominent in banking stocks. However, the last hour of trading saw some improvement and the index ended the day with a loss of around 175 points. This formed a bearish candlestick on the daily scale and a lower elevation on the weekly scale for the fourth week. Now as long as it remains below the level of 33,000, the weakness and weakness can move downwards for the 32,000 and 31500 levels, while the upward hurdle is at the 33,333 and 33,500 levels. Is seen.
Asian stocks merged on Tuesday after the Wall Street rally, reflecting some optimism about the epidemic-recovering economy.
Japan’s benchmark Nikkei 225 lost an early lead and fell nearly 0.2% to 30,038.44 in morning trade. South Korea’s Kospi gained 0.1% to close at 3,125.19. The Shanghai Composite slipped 0.1% to close at 3,479.84. The Hong Kong business was closed for Easter.
On Wall Street, the S&P 500 rose 1.4% to 4,077.91, another record high. The Dow Jones Industrial Average was up 379 points or 1.2% at 33,527.19 and the Nasdaq was up 1.6% at 13,705.59.
Technology shares also gained. Apple increased 2.1% and Microsoft increased 2.5%. Tesla surprised investors with a report that vehicle deliveries doubled during the first quarter. Its shares rose 5.1%.
In Energy Trading, Benchmark U.S. crude added 69 cents to $ 59.34 a barrel in electronic trading on the New York Mercantile Exchange. It offered discounts ranging from $ 2.80 to $ 58.65 per barrel on Monday. International standard Brent crude rose 56 cents to $ 62.71 per barrel.
In currency trading, the US dollar rose from 110.19 yen to 110.24 Japanese yen. The euro costs $ 1.1811 from $ 1.1813.