new Delhi. Today the stock market saw a downward trend. Where the Sensex closed below the 46000 mark. At the same time, the Nifty 50 also took a dive and closed down by 13500 points. Today, the FMCG sector has seen a big rise due to the rise in the shares of UPL in Nestlé India. On the other hand, the metal sector has also closed on the green mark. The rest of the sector lanes have closed. UPL shares have fallen by more than 11 per cent. At the same time, the environment of shares of cement companies has been seen to decline.
stock market crash
Today the stock market has slipped from record level to close. The Bombay Stock Exchange’s flagship index Sensex lost 143.62 points to close at 45959.88 points. On the other hand, the National Stock Exchange’s major index Nifty 50 fell by 50.80 points to close at 13478.30 points. BSE Small Cap 114.05 and BSE Mid-Cap 101.27 points have been observed. While foreign investors have seen a sell-off of 173.60 points.
Fall in sectoral index
However, today the sectoral index appeared to be trading at the red mark. But FMCG sector 333 and metal sector closed up by 23.96 points due to surge in shares of Nestle India and metal companies. At the same time, the auto sector saw a decline of 212.50 points today. Bank Exchange and Bank Nifty closed down by 160.67 and 206.40 points respectively. Capital Goods 81.20, Consumer Durables 81.51, BSE Healthcare 83.89 BSE IT 149.78, Oil & Gas 98.58, BSE PSU 39.93 and Tech Sector 62.92 were down by 12 points each.
Rising and falling shares
First, if you talk about the rising stocks, Nestle India shares rose by 4.58 percent. ITC shares closed up 3.70 per cent, Britannia Industries 3.17 per cent, Hindustan Unilever 2.39 per cent and Adani Ports & SEZ gaining 1.54 per cent. On the other hand, UPL’s stock closed today with a decline of 11.16 per cent. Ultra Tech Cement closed 3.49 per cent, Shree Cements 2.79 per cent, Tata Motors 2.74 per cent and Mahindra & Mahindra down 2.38 per cent.