Ban of Chinese app had positive impact on stock market, market opens with gains
Newstracklive|July 01, 2020

After a long time, the Indian stock market opened up on Wednesday. The BSE "Bombay Stock Exchange" index Sensex opened at 34983 points, up 0.20% or 68 points. While the Nifty opened 0.15% or 14.95 points at 10317 points. On Wednesday at 9.44 am, out of 50 stocks of Nifty, 25 stocks were doing green mark and 23 shares were red business and 2 stocks were trading without change. On Tuesday, the BSE fell 0.13%, or 45.72 points, to close at 34915. The healthcare sector saw the most softness. The impact of the ban on 59 Chinese apps by the Indian government was also seen in the Indian market.

On Tuesday, June 30, the US Dow Jones gained 217 points to 25812 points, Nasdaq gained 184 points to 10058 and S&P gained 47 points to close at 3100.

Secondly, the number of coronavirus patients in the country is increasing rapidly. Talking about the last 24 hours, there have been more than 18 thousand cases of coronavirus in the country. More than 500 people have died during this period. According to data from the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare till 8 am on Wednesday, 18,653 cases have been reported in the country in the last 24 hours. During this period, 507 patients have died in the country.

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