Performing Sector As Per Previous One Month

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Performing Sector As Per Previous One Month

Stock Market Today – 8th September 2020

After the June 2020 Quarter results, certain sectors have performed well since the past one month. To name a few, Banks Private with stocks like HDFC Bank (NS:), AU Small Finance Bank, etc. Consumer Goods is another performing sector, under which IndiaMart Intermesh, Vaibhav Global, etc. PI Industries, Bayer (DE:) Cropscience, etc under Fertilizers and Agrochemicals. Beneath Financial Services, SBI (NS:) Cards and Payment Services, Can Fin Homes (NS:), etc.

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On the Global front, the US Index, (Futures) opened at 3439 today, at its yesterday’s close. Hong Kong Benchmark Index, opened at 24723 today. Index had made a day high of 24908 and closed at 24589 yesterday. The Japan Benchmark Index, Nikkei opened at 23204, which is more than 100 points above its previous day close i.e 23089.

US DATA

The US 10 Year T-Note is trading at 139.18. The Bond has crucial support at 117.42 made on 5th Nov 2018. The is trading at 93.168.

Major Sector Performance as on 7th September
Major Sector Performance as on 7th September

Minor Sector Performance as on 7th September
Minor Sector Performance as on 7th September

Large Cap Gainers and Losers as on 7th September
Large Cap Gainers and Losers as on 7th September

Mid Cap Gainers and Losers as on 7th September
Mid Cap Gainers and Losers as on 7th September

Small Cap Gainers and Losers as on 7th September
Small Cap Gainers and Losers as on 7th September

Result Today
Result Today

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