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Amid gain in Asian markets, bourses open on positive note

Amid gain in Asian markets, bourses open on positive note

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 15 Oct 2019, 11:08 am

Mumbai: The markets opened on a positive note on Tuesday with Sensex opening more than 150 points higher than its previous close, in line with gains in Asian markets.

The broader Nifty gained 39.15 points from its previous close to touch 38,369.08 while the Sensex rose 154.61 points to reach 38.369.08.

The gains were led by pharmaceuticals, energy and FMCG shares, but the metal stocks lost in the early morning trading, which limited the gains.

As many as 33 stocks coursed forward on the Nifty 50, with Eicher Motors, Indian Oil, Asian Paints, Bharat Petroleum being the top percentage gainers, rising between 1.31% to 2.25%.

Hindustan Unilever shares grew 1.90% in intraday trade, after it reported 21.18 per cent rise in its standalone net profit in the quarter ended September.

Amid gain in Asian markets, bourses open on positive note

India Blooms News Service
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