Post Budget Sensex Performance: The stock market is booming on the day of Budget 2021. On February 1, the Sensex closed with a gain of 2314 points or 5 percent, while the Nifty was up 647 points, or 4.75 percent. If you look before the budget, there has been a 14 per cent increase in the last 1 month, although the market has weakened somewhat from its high. Now the question arises that in the coming days, there will be a rally in the stock market or it may fall. If you look at the figures from 2010 till now, it is in favor of the market. Sensex has strengthened 6 times during 11 years. In the year 2010, it has increased about 7.5 percent, more than 6 percent in 2011 and 6.5 percent in 2014. Even in 2019, it has increased by 4.5 percent. Know that after the budget, the performance of the market before and on the budget day… ..
Silver of investors from the budget; Sensex up 1314 points to close, Nifty at 14281; 6.8 lakh crores wealth increased in 1 day
Stock market performance after 1 month of budget
2020: In the year 2020, after the budget, the Sensex has fallen by about 3.5 percent in 1 month. During this time it broke from the level of 39736 to near 38300.
2019: In the year 2019, after the budget, there has been a good growth of 4.6 percent in the Sensex in 1 month.
2018: In the year 2018, the post budget fell by 5.18 percent in a month.
2017: A rally was seen in the post budget market in the year 2017. Then it became 3 percent stronger in 1 month after the budget.
2016: The year 2016 saw a spectacular rally in the post budget market. The Sensex rose 6.5 percent in the next 1 month.
2015: Corruption came in the post budget market in the year 2015. The Sensex broke 4.7 percent in the next 1 month.
2014: In the year 2014, after the budget, the Sensex strengthened by 6.69 percent in 1 month.
2013: The post budget market declined in the year 2013 and the Sensex closed down 0.14 percent in the next 1 month.
2012: The post budget market fell in 2012. The Sensex lost 1.80 percent in the next 1 month.
2011: In the year 2011, there was a great rally in the post budget market. The Sensex rose 6.28 percent in the next 1 month.
2010: A spectacular rally was witnessed in the post budget market in the year 2010. The Sensex rose 7.40 percent in the next 1 month.
Stock market performance 1 month before budget
The budget was presented on 1 February in the year 2020. During that time, the Sensex had fallen by 1.28 percent in 1 month. In 2019, between 5 June and 5 July, the SENSEX had weakened by 0.04 percent. It increased 5.6 percent between January 1 and February 1 in 2018. In 2017, the budget was up 4 percent. In 2016, the Sensex budget was 6.1 percent weaker, then in 2015 it was 1.15 percent weaker. In 2014, it broke 0.54 percent between June 10 and July 10. In 2010, 2011 and 2013 also, it declined by 2 per cent, 3 per cent and 3.5 per cent, while in 2012 it was faster.
How was the last 1 year budget day
2021: Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman presented the budget. On the budget day, the Sensex has gained 5 percent.
2020: Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman presented the budget. On the budget day, the Sensex fell by 2.43 per cent.
2019: The budget was presented by the then Finance Minister Piyush Goyal on 1 February 2019. The Sensex closed up 0.59 percent on that day.
2018: On 1 February 2018, the then Finance Minister Arun Jaitley presented the budget. The Sensex had fallen by 0.16 percent on that day.
2017: On 1 February 2017, Arun Jaitley presented the budget. The Sensex closed up 1.76 percent on that day. Since 2010
The highest was between 2019.
2016: On the 29th of February, 2016, Jaitley presented the budget. On the budget day, the Sensex closed down 0.66 percent.
2015: Jaitley presented the budget on 28 February 2015. The Sensex gained 0.48 percent on that day.
2014: On 17 February 2014, P Chidambaram presented the budget. The Sensex fell 0.28 percent on that day.
2013: On the budget day of 28 February 2013, the Sensex fell by 1.52 percent.
2012: The Sensex closed 1.19 percent weaker on the day of the budget presented on 16 March 2012.
2011: On the budget day of 28 February 2011, the Sensex saw an increase of 0.69 percent.
2010: Sensex closed up 1.08 percent on Budget Day on 26 February 2010.