Market Live: Sensex holds 200-pt gains; AU Small Finance debuts with 47% premium
10:45 NSE said that, for technical reasons in the spot market, the market opens (Cash and F & O segment) has been delayed even further. The market reopening time will be displayed.
10:31 Sources NSE told CNBC-TV18 that operations do not cross the pre-opening of the trading session.
Another delay is likely during the opening session of NSE, according to sources.
10:26 Market Verification: 30 shares of BSE Sensex continued to maintain their 200-point gain in morning trading, supported by TCS, Infosys, Tata Motors and Reliance Industries.
The index rose 201.51 point or 0.64 percent to 31 562.14 in strong broad.
About two actions have been proposed for each action that falls on BSE.
Ten and twenty-one. The National Stock Exchange will start again at 10:45, according to CNBC-TV18, citing NSE sources.
It is known that the exchange will begin the pre-opening session at 10:30.
10:16 am The expert take on the problem of NSE “Trade does not occur at all It is a problem bigger than a single rate, but should not be any panic,” said Deena Mehta, MD, Asit Mehta investment intermediates , And added that there is a good chance that the exchange cancels all outstanding orders.
10:13 CEO Ashish Chauhan said that the change does not face a technical problem and trade normally.
10:10. The sources told CNBC-TV18 that the NSE will announce future course of action at all times.
10:09. Membership of bumpers: AU Small Finance Bank debuted on the Bombay Stock Exchange. Stock prices began trading at Rs 528, a whopping 47.5 percent at Rs 358 issue price.
10:05 CNBC-TV18 exclusive: J Ravichandran, Acting Chief of the National Stock Exchange, told CNBC-TV18 that the change was trying to solve the technical problem at the earliest.
“At this point, the focus is on the resumption of the market,” he told the channel. When considering whether the pre-opening start again, he said the announcement in this regard will be made later.
Meanwhile, Dipan Mehta, the BSE and NSE member tried to dispel the fears as well. “There’s nothing to scare,” he told CNBC-TV18. “Both sides will swap swiftly and quickly.”
9:55 NSE C & O firm: The Indian National Stock Exchange halted trading in the futures and options segment, and there has been no review of the reopening exchange, according to CNBC-TV sources18.
9:53 am pressure: Biocon stocks were centered around a 9.5 per cent intraday as investors were cautious regulatory issues facing the company.
The French drug regulator has found deficiencies in the Bommasandra Biocon Bangalore plant with respect to Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) for activities related to three organic products.
The French National Agency for Medicines and Health Product Safety (ANSM) inspected the Bangalore Biocon plant on behalf of the European Medicines Agency (EMA) between 13 March and 17 March.
EMA examined three biosimilars Biocon – Fulphila (pegfilgrastim), Ogivri (Trastuzumab) and Semglee (insulin glargine) – for marketing authorization in the European Union.
The ANSM raised 35 impediments including 11 weaknesses related to organic products.
9 h 50 Pre-opening: the Bank finances small AU transferred to Rs 5500 in pre-opening, up 46.65% of its Rs 358 issue price.
EEB has set the circuit limit higher than 626.50 Rs and the circuit limit lower than Rs 268.50.
09:47 am buzz: KEC International shares rose nearly 4 percent in morning trading, while bagging pocketed orders worth 1845 crore.
At 09:47, IST, the stock price was quoting at Rs 272.05, or Rs 5.25, or 1.97% at BSE.
09:44 am NSE prices: Fuentes told CNBC-TV18 that NSE indexes are not updated due to a technical problem. The NSE technical team working on it to solve the problem.
A large discrepancy was found in the stock prices of most companies. For example, Tata Motors on BSE was 2.2 percent at Rs446 while in the NSE, it was 0.6 percent at Rs 436.85.
09:35 RIL crosses Rs 1500: Reliance Industries peaked at 52 weeks of Rs 1501 on BSE.