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Investors sunk Rs 1.31 lakh crore in five minutes, may lose more in April


Investors sunk Rs 1.31 lakh crore in five minutes, may lose more in April 1

new Delhi. Today, the stock market has received a major setback for investors. Investors lost Rs 1.31 lakh crore in just 5 minutes of business. In fact, the market has seen a decline due to increase in bond yield. The Sensex fell by over 450 points in five minutes of trading. At the same time, the Nifty has also seen a fall of more than 100 points. According to experts, the market may fall in the month of April. In such a situation, investors need to be more careful. Due to the bond yield peak, the market is more likely to fall.

stock market crash
The stock market is witnessing a decline. At 9.30 am, the Bombay Stock Exchange’s leading index, the Sensex, is trading at 49,633.70 points with a gain of 396.13 points. While the National Stock Exchange’s leading index Nifty 50 is trading at 14,768.30 points with a gain of 99.05 points. BSE Smallcap 67.22, BSE Mid-cap 48.81 and CNX Midcap are trading down by 143.30 points.

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Big fall in banking sector
Today the banking sector is witnessing a big decline. Bank Exchange is trading with a loss of 781.71 and Bank Nifty down 703.20 points. While Capital Goods 159.52, Consumer Durables 198.57, BSE Auto 137.21, Oil & Gas 176.66, BSE FMCG 45.93 and BSE PSU are trading with a decline of 73.90 points. While BSE IT is seeing a gain of 408.53 points. BSE Tech 150.33 points, BSE Metals 123.50 points and BSE Healthcare 47.45 points of the boom.

Rising and falling shares
The first thing to talk about is the increase in shares of Infosys 2.05 per cent, JSW Steel 1.76 per cent, HCL Technology 1.64 per cent, Wipro 1.57 per cent and Britannia Industries shares are gaining 1.31 per cent. On the other hand, in the case of declining stocks, Bajaj Finance 3.29 per cent, IndusInd Bank 3.13 per cent, Axis Bank 2.31 per cent, State Bank of India 2.19 per cent and Bajaj Auto 2.18 per cent.

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