Business

Sensex, Nifty open flat; financials in red

Agency | February 22, 2019 11:44 AM

MUMBAI:   The Sensex and Nifty opened on a flat note on Friday as the key banking and finance stocks traded lower.

The Sensex of the BSE opened at 35,906.01 from its previous close at 35,898.35 on Thursday.

At 9.18 a.m., the Sensex traded at 35,864.63 lower by 33.72 points or 0.09 per cent.

The Nifty of the National Stock Exchange (NSE) opened slightly lower at 10,782.70 after closing at 10,789.85 on Thursday.

It traded at 10,766.30 during the morning trade session, down 23.55 points and 0.22 per cent.

On Thursday, both foreign institutional investors (FIIs) and domestic institutional investors (DIIs) were net buyers.

FIIs bought stocks worth Rs 55.48 crore while DIIs bought shares worth Rs 202.10 crore.

Have something to say? Post your comment
Must Read
Sukhjinder Randhawa & Charanjit Channi take stock of 550th arrangements of Parkash Purb celebrations
Sukhjinder Randhawa & Charanjit Channi take stock of 550th arrangements of Parkash Purb celebrations
Several trains cancelled as floods wreak havoc in Assam
Several trains cancelled as floods wreak havoc in Assam
Talks with Naga insurgent groups at advanced stage: Govt
Talks with Naga insurgent groups at advanced stage: Govt
Illegal building demolished in Indore
Illegal building demolished in Indore
Ashu Exhorts Religious Leaders to play a leading role in Eliminating Social Evils in society
Ashu Exhorts Religious Leaders to play a leading role in Eliminating Social Evils in society
DC appeals devotees to avoid carrying polythene bags and thermocol to Mata Chintapurni Shrine during annual upcoming Saawan Ashtami fair from August 1-9
DC appeals devotees to avoid carrying polythene bags and thermocol to Mata Chintapurni Shrine during annual upcoming Saawan Ashtami fair from August 1-9
Centre Open to considering dedication of Punjab’s 2nd AIIMS to 550th Prakash Purb of Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji
Centre Open to considering dedication of Punjab’s 2nd AIIMS to 550th Prakash Purb of Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji
Well prepared for a Kargil-like conflict again: Dhanoa
Well prepared for a Kargil-like conflict again: Dhanoa
Won't extradite Assange where he could face death penalty: UK Minister
Won't extradite Assange where he could face death penalty: UK Minister
Have to eat rats to survive, claim locals in flood-affected Bihar village
Have to eat rats to survive, claim locals in flood-affected Bihar village
Missa More - India's Instagram Fashion Store
Missa More - India's Instagram Fashion Store
AMG Corporation unveils new identity of its flagship brand Premier Plus
AMG Corporation unveils new identity of its flagship brand Premier Plus