BSE Sensex and NSE Nifty have risen three to eight per cent since Diwali Muhurat trading 2017.  |  Photo Credit: Getty Images
New Delhi: BSE and NSE, India’s dominating inventory exchanges, are all set to conduct Diwali Muhurat trading on auspicious event Diwali, 7 November 2018. Diwali Muhurat trading, the particular trading window will stay open for one and half hour from 5:00 pm to six:30 pm. In Diwali Muhurat trading, orders with regard to all of the segments — equities, fairness derivatives F&O (futures & choices) and foreign money derivatives — can be accepted between 5:00 pm and 6:30 pm.
The key fairness indices — BSE Sensex and NSE Nifty — have risen three to eight per cent since Diwali Muhurat trading 2017. Today itself, Indian inventory markets completed marginally increased forward of Diwali Muhurat trading 2018 with BSE Sensex concluding at 34,991.91, up 40.99 factors or 0.12% per cent and NSE Nifty ending at 10,530.00, up 6.00 or 0.06 per cent.
Earlier final yr, Diwali Muhurat trading was carried out on 18 October 2017. A unstable trading session was seen within the inventory markets with BSE Sensex and NSE Nifty closing in detrimental territory. The benchmark Sensex closed at 32,389.96, down 194.39 factors or 0.6 per cent whereas the broader share indicator Nifty settled 64.three factors or 0.63 per cent decrease at 10,146.55.
At the closing, shares of Mukesh Ambani-controlled Reliance Industries Ltd (RIL) emerged as the highest traded inventory when it comes to worth traded on National Stock Exchange. According to the info accessible with NSE, about Rs 330 crore price of fairness shares of RIL had been traded whereas the benchmark Nifty 50 index registered a turnover of Rs 1,682 crore.