Benchmark indices trade higher on firm global market trends

Markets in Seoul, Tokyo, and Hong Kong traded higher, while Shanghai quoted lower

October 31, 2022 10:22 am | Updated 12:16 pm IST - Mumbai:

A traffic signal in the foreground of the Bombay Stock Exchange on Dalal Street seems to reflect the mood of the stock markets in Mumbai on January 23, 2015.

A traffic signal in the foreground of the Bombay Stock Exchange on Dalal Street seems to reflect the mood of the stock markets in Mumbai on January 23, 2015. | Photo Credit: Paul Noronha

Equity benchmark indices made a positive start on Monday with the Sensex climbing 563 points in early trade amid firm global market trends and fresh foreign fund inflow.

Continuing its rally for the third day running, the 30-share BSE benchmark climbed 563.09 points to 60,522.94 in early trade. On similar lines, the broader NSE Nifty advanced 161.55 points to 17,948.35.

From the Sensex pack, Tech Mahindra, Maruti, Dr. Reddy's, HCL Technologies, Axis Bank, Infosys, Titan, Hindustan Unilever and Mahindra & Mahindra were the major winners.

NTPC and Tata Steel were the only laggards.

Elsewhere in Asia, markets in Seoul, Tokyo, and Hong Kong traded higher, while Shanghai quoted lower.

Wall Street had ended significantly higher on Friday.

"Technically the market is poised to continue the ongoing rally aided by support from the mother market U.S... The fact that FPIs have turned buyers during the last 2 days is another positive," said V.K. Vijayakumar, Chief Investment Strategist at Geojit Financial Services.

The BSE benchmark climbed 203.01 points or 0.34% to settle at 59,959.85 on Friday. The Nifty advanced 49.85 points or 0.28% to end at 17,786.80.

International oil benchmark Brent crude was trading 0.52% lower at $95.27 per barrel.

Foreign Institutional Investors (FIIs) were buyers on Friday as they bought shares worth ₹1,568.75 crore, as per exchange data.

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