Indian stock market Sensex closed negative today. With pressure from orders to sell shares in the blue chip group, however, the market dropped slightly. Because some investors have come to buy shares in the IT group.
The S&P BSE Sensex index closed at 52,482.71, down 66.95, or -0.13%.
Blue-chip shares tumbled and dragged the market into negative territory, with Bajaj Finserv, Power Grid, UPL, ICICI Bank, ONGC and NTPC all closing lower.
However, markets received positive gains from orders for IT stocks, with RIL, Divi’s Labs, Infosys and Tech Mahindra gaining.
Investors continue to monitor the situation of the COVID-19 epidemic. in india Especially the outbreak of the Delta virus, which spreads faster.
India’s public health agency said today that in the last 24 hours There were 45,951 new cases of COVID-19, bringing the total number of infections in the country to 30,362,848. In addition, 817 more deaths were found, bringing the total number of deaths to 398,454. income
The Civil Aviation Authority of India (DGCA) has extended the suspension of inbound and outbound international commercial flights until July 31, but the measure will not apply to cargo flights. international including flights approved by the DGCA on a case-by-case basis
India has suspended commercial flight services. After the government announced the nationwide lockdown measures in March last year. to prevent the spread of COVID-19