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Sensex Rises Over 700 Points On Opening, Nifty Breaches 15,900; IT Stocks Up
Share Market Today: IT stocks were showing strong performance with Tech Mahindra and HCL being the top gainers. Wipro and Infosys were also among the top gainers at NSE.
Share Market Today | New Delhi: Indian share market opened in the green on Monday. Dalal Street showed bulls winning over bulls for the third consecutive session. Asian markets were showing a positive response after Wall Street rebounded strongly on Friday. As of 9:25 AM, Sensex was up 731 points or 1.39 per cent and was trading at 53,459.02. Nifty, on the other hand, was trading at 15,921.30, nearly 220 or 1.4 per cent above the last close.
IT stocks were showing strong performance with Tech Mahindra and HCL being the top gainers. Wipro and Infosys were also among the top gainers at NSE. However, Apollo Hospitals and Eicher Motors were the only stocks in the red. In Sensex, all the 30 stocks were in the green.
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