The Indian stock market continues to gain record. The stock market got a strong start on Wednesday, the third trading day of the week. With the start of trading, the Sensex crossed the 56,000-point mark. This is the first time the Sensex has reached this level. At the same time, if we talk about Nifty, it is getting to the point where it will be 17. However, there is still a gap of about 250 points.
Which stock has gained the most: HDFC Bank shares have seen higher returns. The bank’s share price is trading at a gain of 3 percent. In fact, the Reserve Bank of India has lifted the ban on the sale of new credit cards by the largest private sector lenders in HDFC Bank. Its return is visible on the share price. Let us tell you that about eight months ago, the central bank banned the sale of HDFC Bank credit cards. The bank’s existing credit card customers were not affected by the ban. The bank’s credit card customer base stood at 1.48 crore in June.
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Bajaj Auto, IndusInd Bank, Infosys, Kotak Bank, HCL, ICICI Bank and TCS fell over the BSE index. HDFC Bank, UltraTech, Bajaj Finance, L&T, HDFC, Airtel, Asian Paint, HUL, Titan, SBI and Mahindra were up.
The market was at record highs on Tuesday: On Tuesday, the Sensex closed at a new high of 55,792.27 points, up 209.69 points or 0.38 percent. On the other hand, the Nifty of the National Stock Exchange ended at 16,614.60, up 51.55 points or 0.31 per cent. The Sensex rose to its all-time high of 55,854.88 points in the day’s trading.