Sensex up 62 points at 27341 and the Nifty up 9 points to open at 8379.
European and Asian markets are getting negative signals from the Indian share market has coincided with the opening of the light speed. As per technical chart software the BSE 30-share Sensex index up 62 points to 27,341 and NSE Nifty index up 9 points to 8379 is open.
The rupee down by 6 paisa to open at 67.32 / $ level.
In Currency market the rupee opened down 6 paisa to 67.23 levels. On Monday, the rupee gained 6 paisa to close at 67.26 took place.
In Commodity market Gold regains Rs. 31000-mark, silver tops 47000
Gold live prices reclaimed the Rs 31,000-mark, at the Indian bullion market here today following fresh off take from investors and stockist triggered by bullish global cues.
Elsewhere, silver live chart continued its rising streak for the fourth day and reclaimed Rs 47,000 mark by surging Rs 2,260 per kg, its highest in more than two-years, on heavy speculative rally, also weighed by higher overseas markets.
Oil prices edge up as Brent pushes further above $50
As per the Intraday trading software Crude prices edged up in Asia on Monday, building on recent gains with Brent holding above USD 50 after Nigerian militants claimed fresh attacks on the country's oil infrastructure. Prices see-sawed last week, plunging in the immediate aftermath of Britain's shock decision to leave the European Union but rallying after central banks worldwide vowed support to financial markets. At about 0325 GMT, US benchmark West Texas Intermediate was up four cents at USD 49.03, while Brent rose seven cents to USD 50.42. Analysts said trading would likely be light Monday owing to the Independence Day holiday in the United States.
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