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Big fall in market, Sensex slipped by 750 points, Nifty stays at 15000 points


Big fall in market, Sensex slipped by 750 points, Nifty stays at 15000 points 1

New Delhi. Today, the Indian stock market has started with a big decline due to the decline in the US and Asian markets. Sensex opened below 51 thousand points, with a fall of more than 750 points. At the same time, the Nifty is trading with a decline of more than 150 points in 50. According to experts, the market is witnessing a decline due to the strengthening of the dollar and an increase in the Treasury Yield. The stock market was witnessing a boom for three consecutive days. Today, there was a big decline in the market.

stock market crash
Today the stock market is witnessing a big decline. The Bombay Stock Exchange’s leading index Sensex is trading at 50,789.87 points, down 654.78 points. Whereas today, the Sensex went down to the day’s low with 50,659.17 points. On the other hand, Nifty 50, the major index of the National Stock Exchange, is trading at 15,050.70 points with a fall of 194.90 points. BSE Small Cap is trading with a slight gain of 10.91 points. While the BSE Mid-Cap is trading at 62.04 points and the CNX Midcap is down by 111.70 points.

Fall in sectoral index
Today the banking sector is witnessing a big decline. Bank Exchange 796.06 and Bank Nifty are seeing a decline of 707.40 points. BSE Metal is trading at 426.25 and BSE Auto is down by 251.37 points. Capital Goods 144.85, Consumer Durables 125.64, BSE FMCG 63.95, BSE Healthcare 77, BSE PSU 22.32 and Tech are trading down by 10.23 points. While BSE IT 8.70 and Oil and Gas are seeing a slight increase of 33.87 points.

Rising and falling shares
Talking about the first rising shares, Adani Ports & SEZ is trading with a gain of 2.03%. ONGC is up 0.79 percent, Bharat Petroleum Corporation is up 0.14 percent and Tech Mahindra shares are up 0.11 percent. JSW Steel was trading 3.45 per cent, Tata Steel 3.24 per cent, Housing Development Finance Corporation 2.85 per cent, Bajaj Finserv 2.82 per cent and HDFC Bank 2.72 per cent.


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