SGX’s good trend indicates a negative open in the domestic market.
New Delhi: Domestic stock markets are likely to trade cautiously on Tuesday with signs of Asian markets. Asian stocks fell and the safe dollar remained strong as the global energy crisis stoked inflation concerns and clouded investor sentiment ahead of the US corporate earnings season. SGX’s good trend indicates a negative open in the domestic market. Fine futures traded at 17,867.64 points on the Singapore Stock Exchange, down 0.36%.
The benchmark BSE Sensex rose 381.23 points (0.64%) on Monday to close at 60,059.06. It’s a little below the peak of life. Meanwhile, the broader NSE Nifty rose 104.85 points, or 0.59%, to a fresh closing price of 17,895.20.
Here are some of the promotions you can see during today’s session:
Adani Port: India’s largest port operator, Adani Port and Special Economic Zone, said the terminal will no longer handle the import and export of container cargo from Iran, Pakistan and Afghanistan after November 15. .
ZEEL: US investment firm Invesco on Monday accused Indian television giant G-Entertainment Enterprise Limited of contravening some of the terms of its proposed merger with Sony Group in Japan and asked reformed shareholders of the Indian company to back the offer.
TCS: Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) last week reported that total contracts or orders were $7.6 billion in the second quarter, compared with $8.6 billion in the previous quarter and $8.1 billion in the June quarter. IT’s share of scale fell as much as 7% on Monday for fear of exhausting the big deals that have driven most of the growth over the past year.
Tata Motors: Tata Motors’ share price rose 9.1% in 52 weeks to a record high of 417.3 rupees, three Mondays in a row after the stock market announced that key demand for Jaguar Land Rover products remained strong. Rose. recording rate.