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LORD JESUS CHRIST SAYS

So do not worry, saying, ‘What shall we eat?’ or ‘What shall we drink?’ or ‘What shall we wear?’ For the pagans run after all these things, and your heavenly Father knows that you need them. But seek first his kingdom and his righteousness, and all these things will be given to you as well. Therefore do not worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will worry about itself. Each day has enough trouble of its own.

4 Feb 2016

STOCK MARKET- LIVE- SESEX RISES OVER 200 POINTS,NIFTY RECLAIMS 7400.

 
9:24 a.m.: The Sensex rose over 200 points and the 50-share Nifty moved above its crucial psychological level of 7,400 on the back of positive global cues after the crude oil stalled its three-day losing streak.

Buying was visible across the sectors. Capital goods, oil & gas, metal, power and banking indices advanced 1-1.5 per cent each.

From the Nifty-50 basket of stocks, 48 stocks were gaining while only 2 stocks were declining.

Cairn India, Vedanta, Hindalco, ONGC, Bank of Baroda, Adani Ports and SEZ, State Bank of India and Zee Entertainment were among the top gainers in the Nifty, up 1.4-4 per cent each.

Broader markets were also witnessing buying interest. The BSE mid-cap and small-cap indices jumped over 1 per cent each.

From the mid-cap space, Mphasis was the top gainer, up 4.2 per cent. Crompton Greaves, Jindal Steel, Union Bank, Ashok Leyland, UBL and Bharat Forge were also among the gainers.

8:20 a.m.: Sensex and Nifty are set to open higher tracking firm global cues and positive trading of Nifty futures on the Singapore Stock Exchange.

The Nifty futures traded on the Singapore Stock Exchange, also known as the SGX Nifty was up 0.87 per cent or 54 points at 7,433.

Meanwhile, Asian shares rebounded on Thursday as speculation the US Federal Reserve might opt to not raise interest rates at all this year hammered the dollar and sparked a huge rally in oil prices.

The sudden reversal provided a much-needed boost to beleaguered commodities, sending oil up no less than 8 per cent, and easing pressure on energy shares and risk appetite.

Hong Kong's Hang Seng was up 1.74 per cent, Shanghai Composite advanced 1.6 per cent and South Korea's KOSPI jumped 1.12 per cent.

Overnight, US stocks staged a late-day rally on Wednesday as an 8-percent jump in oil prices lifted beaten-down energy shares and financials rebounded.

The Dow Jones industrial average ended up 183.12 points, or 1.13 percent, to 16,336.66, the S&P 500 gained 9.5 points, or 0.5 percent, to 1,912.53 and the Nasdaq Composite dropped 12.71 points, or 0.28 percent, to 4,504.24.

Back home, foreign institutional investors sold shares worth Rs 357.19 crore and the domestic institutional investors sold shares worth Rs 144.78 crore on Wednesday.

(With inputs from Reuters)
 
Buying was visible across the sectors. Capital goods, oil & gas, metal, power and banking indices advanced 1-1.5 per cent each.
From the Nifty-50 basket of stocks, 48 stocks were gaining while only 2 stocks were declining.
Cairn India, Vedanta, Hindalco, ONGC, Bank of Baroda, Adani Ports and SEZ, State Bank of India and Zee Entertainment were among the top gainers in the Nifty, up 1.4-4 per cent each.
Broader markets were also witnessing buying interest. The BSE mid-cap and small-cap indices jumped over 1 per cent each.
From the mid-cap space, Mphasis was the top gainer, up 4.2 per cent. Crompton Greaves, Jindal Steel, Union Bank, Ashok Leyland, UBL and Bharat Forge were also among the gainers.
8:20 a.m.: Sensex and Nifty are set to open higher tracking firm global cues and positive trading of Nifty futures on the Singapore Stock Exchange.
The Nifty futures traded on the Singapore Stock Exchange, also known as the SGX Nifty was up 0.87 per cent or 54 points at 7,433.
Meanwhile, Asian shares rebounded on Thursday as speculation the US Federal Reserve might opt to not raise interest rates at all this year hammered the dollar and sparked a huge rally in oil prices.
The sudden reversal provided a much-needed boost to beleaguered commodities, sending oil up no less than 8 per cent, and easing pressure on energy shares and risk appetite.
Hong Kong's Hang Seng was up 1.74 per cent, Shanghai Composite advanced 1.6 per cent and South Korea's KOSPI jumped 1.12 per cent.
Overnight, US stocks staged a late-day rally on Wednesday as an 8-percent jump in oil prices lifted beaten-down energy shares and financials rebounded.
The Dow Jones industrial average ended up 183.12 points, or 1.13 percent, to 16,336.66, the S&P 500 gained 9.5 points, or 0.5 percent, to 1,912.53 and the Nasdaq Composite dropped 12.71 points, or 0.28 percent, to 4,504.24.
Back home, foreign institutional investors sold shares worth Rs 357.19 crore and the domestic institutional investors sold shares worth Rs 144.78 crore on Wednesday.
(With inputs from Reuters)   

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