" 📈 Market Resilience Continues: Nifty Surpasses 21,300 Mark for Second Consecutive Session ''
In a spirited rally, the market displayed resilience for the second consecutive session on December 22, with the Nifty comfortably above the 21,300 mark. Here's a recap of the day's market movements...
In a display of resilience, the market marked its second consecutive session of gains on December 22, with the Nifty holding firm above the significant 21,300 level. Here's a recap of the noteworthy movements:
📈 Stock Performance Highlights of the week :
Top Performers: Realty, IT, and metal sectors emerged as frontrunners, contributing significantly to the market's gains.
Mixed Cues: While the banking sector lagged, other key sectors traded in sync, reflecting a diverse yet buoyant market sentiment.
"Nifty Surges Above 21,300 for Second Consecutive Day 📊In a resilient market performance on December 22, Nifty extended its winning streak, closing above 21,300 amid widespread sectoral buying, excluding the banking sector. Despite a subdued start, the benchmark rallied, nearing 21,400. Although a mid-day sell-off briefly turned gains negative, final-hour buying propelled indices to close near the day's high. At close, Sensex gained 241.86 points (0.34%) at 71,106.96, and Nifty rose by 94.40 points (0.44%) to 21,349.40.
The market witnessed fluctuations, with a dip in the second half erasing initial gains. However, a surge in final-hour buying bolstered indices, leading to a positive closure.
''Market Rebounds: Sensex Gains . 📊 '' At the closing bell, the Sensex witnessed an uplift of 241.86 points, marking a 0.34% increase, settling at 71,106.96. Simultaneously, the Nifty recorded a positive trend, surging by 94.40 points, equivalent to a 0.44% rise, concluding the session at 21,349.40. The indices showcase resilience and upward momentum in the market.
Conclusion: In conclusion, the past week may have been characterized by sluggish movements, but the resilience displayed by the Nifty 50 and the strategic activities of foreign institutions offer a nuanced perspective. The market's ability to hold key support levels and the ongoing battle at 19,800 underscore the importance of vigilance in the face of consolidation. Investors are advised to stay informed and adapt their strategies as the market dynamics unfold.
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Market Highlights :
Amidst a risk-off sentiment in stock markets, equity mutual fund inflows surged to ₹19,932 crore in October, up from ₹13,857 crore in September, marking the 32nd consecutive month of net inflows. This resilient growth signifies sustained investor confidence in the face of market uncertainties, reflecting a consistent trend in favor of equity mutual funds. Industry experts attribute this surge to investors recognizing opportunities amid market volatility. The data, released by AMFI, underscores the enduring appeal of mutual funds for long-term investors.
In recent assessments, large-cap funds have demonstrated stability, delivering an average annual return of 16.15 percent. Mid-cap funds, allocating a minimum of 65 percent of Assets Under Management (AUMs) to large-cap stocks, have outperformed with a robust 30.77 percent return. Small-cap funds, renowned for their volatility, presented the highest average return at 34.29 percent.
The market currently anticipates a decline in US rates in 2024. However, if the Federal Reserve holds its ground amidst elevated inflation, a scenario of higher US rates for an extended period may reemerge. This not only impacts the global economic landscape but poses a potential risk of Foreign Institutional Investors (FIIs) withdrawing funds from emerging markets, including India.
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