Lending yesterday after the budget PolicyIncluding keeping interest rates unchanged Others The Sensex hit a new high of 51,000 and the Nifty hit a new high of 15,000, setting a new record. The boom in the wake of a glittering budget without a tax burden was fueled by the Reserve Bank’s move today. In today’s lending policy review, interest rates remained unchanged, with GDP growth projected at 10.5 per cent for the financial year 2022, as well as record-breaking new borrowings from Chomer.
At the start of today’s trading on the Mumbai Stock Exchange, the Sensex jumped to a new level of 51000 intraday and touched a new all-time high of 51073.27. Remained strong.
At the NSE, the Nifty also bounced back to 15000, hitting a new all-time high of 15014 and bounced back to 14864 after selling intraday to sell at a profit. Investors’ wealth (BSE market cap) declined modestly to Rs. 200.33 lakh crore. Today, foreign investors have invested Rs. 1462 crore new takers were undertaken.