Sensex jumped 300 points, Nifty crosses 10,690

The domestic stock market began to enter the Wednesday period as there were strong purchases amid buying in various groups and the rise in Asian stock markets Sensex rose 300 points to 35,653 points in the morning trading, while Nifty touched 10,697 points. Increased by 93 points from the previous closing level Advances in banking, energy and metal stocks led the market to rise at 10:36 am. Sensex traded 234 points, up 35,586 and Nifty rose 73 points at 10,677.

The most beneficiaries at that time were Vedanta, India bulls Finance Housing, Tata Steel, JSW Steel, Hindalco, BPCL and HPCL. Trading among 2 to 3.1 percent high.

Stock markets in other Asian markets rose slightly after the US-China trade negotiations began. MSCI's broadest index of Asia Comforting shares outside Japan increased 0.2 percent. Nikkei of Japan bigger by 0.4 percent.

US President Donald Trump said on Tuesday that the trade negotiations with China were good and optional that he exposed the limit to complete the negotiations, saying that March 1 is not a date.

Sensex closed below nine consecutive times, the longest streak in eight years. Nifty declined for eight consecutive days.