What has expected Friday Market; Asia market and Global market News
Friday SGX Nifty market earlier opens the currently down -0.36% to -41.50 points, in the market current value 11,623.
India Market open negative side expect reason for Asia market indicates down market.
Today market earlier open the Asia market on SGX Nifty currently down the -0.36% percent to 11,623 points, Nikkei 225 market change -0.80% to -187 points down to the market current 23,146 points, Straits Times market fall -0.64% to -15.58 points and in the market currently 2,435 points, Hang Seng market fall -0.25% percent to -60 point a day current 24,470 points, Taiwan Weighted market down -0.51% to -65 point and in the market current 12,597 points, Kospi down the -1.16% percent to -27 points and in the day market currently run 2,299 points, Set Composite gain the 0.04% percent to 0.48 and market currently 1,2020 points, Shanghai Composite market up 0.08 % to 2.49 points and in the market current points 3,275.
FTSE market high volatility the down -0.02% to -1.5 points and market closing value 5,581 points. CAC also same the market volatility little down -0.03% to -1.45 points and in the market closing value 4,569 points. DAX little positive market value changes -0.32% up to 37.56 points and the day market closing value 11,598 points. The European country is on France and Germany announced the Corona vires start that reason for second lockdown implementation of the government.
Nasdaq market gain 1.64% to 180 points and market closing value 11,185. Average Dow Jones Industries recover the 139 points up and market closing value 26,659 points, S&P 500 gain 1.19% to 39.08 points up and market closing value 3,310. The market gain reason for a Stimulus package confirms announced the election after said the US President Donal Trump.
Foreign Institutional Investors last day trading activity Net sells 420.95 crores.
Domestic Institutional Investor yesterday trading activity is Net sell 253.41 crores.
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