The markets opened on the green mark on the last trading day of the week. The BSE Sensex opened 130 points higher at 48,933. NSE Nifty has also opened 25 points to 14,606. On Thursday, the Sensex (BSE Sensex) climbed 259 points to close at 48,803 on the BSE. Nifty was up 78 points at 14,583 on the NSE. During trading, the Sensex slipped to the lowest level of the day by 48,010 points and the Nifty by 14,353 points.

At the time of opening of the market on Friday, shares of a total of 1,847 companies were trading. Of these, 1,144 stocks are trading with an increase and 606 shares are trading with a fall. Today the market cap has been increased to Rs 2,04,99,374.90.

On Friday, Wipro shares rose up to 4% while the market was open. Asian Paint shares also jumped 1%. Apart from this, the shares of TechM and Maruti were rising. At the same time, shares of Sun Pharma, ONGC, Reliance and Adani Port were seen falling.

The US market gained on Thursday. The Dow Jones gained 0.90% to close at 305.10 points at 34,036.00. The Nasdaq closed up 180.92 points at 14,038.80, up 1.31%. The S&P 500 index also closed 45.76 points ahead at 4,170.42. At the same time, the markets of France and Germany also closed with gains.

Credit Suisse has given an opinion on INDIAN MARKET and said that a sharp fall in the market is possible due to increase in Corona case. But will continue shopping in the Indian market in the fall. In the second wave of Corona, cases have increased rapidly and deaths are happening more than before, but vaccination is likely to reduce the fast-growing wave. Economic activity has not been tightened except in some areas. Due to the increasing cases of Corona, the pressure on the hotel and travel sector will increase, but we will shop in a sharp decline. Along with this, Credit Suisse has advised to buy on the decline in the market.

Former CBI chief Ranjit Sinha has died today. According to the news agency ANI, he died in Delhi on Friday i.e. around 4.30 am today. He was 68. In his career, Sinha held many important positions like CBI Director, ITBP DG. Ranjit Singh was a 1974 batch IPS officer. Prior to assuming the post of Director General of CBI, he was the director of the Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP).