Global stock markets have followed the longest winning trend since 2003

Global stocks have been among the longest gains since 2003 as markets rallied around optimism about an economic recovery. The Indian equity benchmarks – Sensex and Nifty – also declined slightly on Tuesday after investors booked higher gains amid mixed trends in global markets.

The MSCI World Index has risen for 12 straight sessions; At first the United States was green. In Japan, the Nikkei 225 stock increased its advance beyond the average 30,000 level. European markets were stable at the end of a rally on Monday.

Reflection is strengthening the resources involved in economic growth and price pressures, including trade commodities and cyclical stocks. At the same time, investors are running a wave of speculation from penny stocks to bitcoins amid a lot of policy support.

Seema Shah, chief strategist at Principal Global Investors, said, “Continued financial stimulus and financial support cracks have laid a strong foundation for risky assets,” said Seema Shah, chief strategist at Global Investors.

In India, however, the 30-share Sensex fell by 49.96 points, or 0.10 per cent, to 52,104.17, reaching a lifetime high of 52,51..7676 in the opening session. Similarly, the broader Nifty fell 1.25 points, or 0.01 percent, to 15,313.45.

Axis Bank was at the top of the Sensex pack, down 2.42 per cent, followed by ICCI Bank, Infosys, Nestle India, SBI, TCS and HL.

Powergrid, on the other hand, has assembled more than a cent. Other beneficiaries included ONGC, NTPC, Kotak Bank, Reliance Industries and Maruti Suzuki.

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