DelhiDesk On May 5, 2023, the stock market opened with a decline, with the BSE Sensex falling 530.46 points and the NSE’s Nifty falling 105.50 points. Out of the 1,467 companies being traded on BSE, 753 opened with gains, 590 with losses, and 124 remained unchanged. 43 stocks were trading at 52 week high, while 4 were trading at 52 week low. The top gainers were Larsen, UltraTech Cement, Hero MotoCorp, ICICI Bank, and Axis Bank, while the top losers were HDFC Bank, HDFC, Hindalco, IndusInd Bank, and Tata Steel. To invest in the stock market, one needs to open a demat and trading account with a stockbroker and cannot buy shares directly from the stock exchange.
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– Stock Market opened with a decline on May 5, 2023
– BSE Sensex opened at 61,218.79 points with a fall of 530.46 points
– NSE’s Nifty opened at 18150.30 points with a fall of 105.50 points
– 1,467 companies opened for trading on BSE, with 753 shares gaining and 590 losing
– 43 stocks trading at 52 week high, while 4 trading at 52 week low
– Top gainers include Larsen, UltraTech Cement, Hero MotoCorp, ICICI Bank, and Axis Bank
– Top losers include HDFC Bank, HDFC, Hindalco, IndusInd Bank, and Tata Steel
– Sensex consists of 30 BSE companies and Nifty consists of top 50 companies of NSE
– New rules from May 1, 2023, will affect ATM and GST transactions
– To invest in the stock market, one needs to open a demat and trading account with a stockbroker
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