Stock Market Today: GIFT Nifty indicates a bullish start; Tata Power, Nestle India in focus

Stock Market Today

Stock Market Today: With a gain of 74.50 points, the GIFT Nifty suggest to a better start for the Indian index as a whole. The Nifty futures are trading at approximately 23,665. Sensex gained 308 points to settle at 77,301. It shows that there’s a rise of 0.4 percent at the close of trading. Nifty gained 92.30 points to hit 23,558. Leading increases in sectoral indices are made by Nifty Realty, which increased by 1.9 percent. However Nifty Consumer Durables increased by 1.6% while Nifty Bank increased by 1%. The largest loser on the downside is Nifty Healthcare, which fell by 0.6 percent. Nifty Pharma and Nifty Metal also saw declines of 0.4 percent each.

Stock Market Today: Stocks in focus

Tata Power

Part of the Tata Group, Tata Power corporation Limited is an Indian electric utility and energy generation corporation with its headquarters located in Mumbai. Over 850 electric vehicle charging stations have been installed in significant cities by Tata Power Renewable Energy, a Tata Power affiliate, the company said on Tuesday. According to the firm, Tata Power has made over 2,300 public e-buses available nationally.

Nestle India

The Indian division of the international Swiss corporation Nestle is called Nestle India Limited. The company’s main office is in Haryana’s Gurgaon. Nestle India revealed in its most recent annual report that it supplied consumers with more than six billion servings of the instant noodle brand Maggi and 4.2 billion fingers of the chocolate wafer brand KitKat in FY24.

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