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Share Market: Sensex fell more than 1,200 points, new variants of Corona stir up the market

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Share Market: Sensex fell more than 1,200 points, new variants of Corona stir up the market

Stock Market Updates: Sensex-Nifty crashed, market in red mark.

Mumbai:

Share Market : Share Market Looks like thunder today. There has been a tremendous fall of more than 1,200 points in the Sensex. On Friday morning, the BSE Sensex fell below 57,700. At 10.34 in the morning, it was declining by 1,231.31 points or 2.09% and the index was at a level of 57,563.78. During this, the NSE Nifty recorded a fall of 400 points. With a fall of 2.28%, this index had reached the level of 17,135.75. coronavirusnew variant Due to the news coming out, Asian markets registered a fall on Friday. Asian markets today recorded the biggest fall in the last two months, due to which there was fear in the market and due to this the domestic markets saw such a big fall in the opening trade itself.

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MSCI’s Asia-Pacific shares fell 1.3 per cent. This is the biggest fall in the index since September.

Reliance Industries, HDFC, HDFC Bank, ICICI Bank, Infosys, SBI and Kotak Mahindra Bank were the biggest losers on the Sensex. Realty and banking stocks are seeing the biggest fall.

Let us tell you that today the market had fallen in the opening itself. The Sensex fell 705.93 to 58,089.16 in early trade. At the same time, Nifty fell by 230.40 points and was recorded at the level of 17,305.85.

Once we have a look at yesterday’s closing, yesterday there was a strong closing in the stock markets. The Sensex closed at 58,795.09, up 454.10 points, or 0.78 percent. At the same time, Nifty jumped 121.20 points or 0.70 percent to close at 17,536.25.

Reliance Industries was the biggest gainer on the Sensex with a gain of more than six percent. Apart from this, ITC, Infosys, Tech Mahindra, Titan, Bharti Airtel and Power Grid also gained majorly. On the other hand, Maruti, ICICI Bank, IndusInd Bank, HUL and L&T were among the falling stocks. Narendra Solanki, Head of Equity Research (Fundamentals), Anand Rathi Firm said that the opening in the domestic market was mixed. The reason for this was to increase the interest rate of the Bank of South Korea with the increasing cases of Kovid-19 in Europe.

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