The market decline for the third day
In today’s business in the stock market, there has been a loss in banking, auto and financial services sectors. While metal and oil and gas stocks have closed with gains, the markets will now remain closed for the next 2 days.
in the stock market today ( stock market today) has been observed to decline and major index ,sensex and nifty) have closed in about half a percent loss. The trend of decline in the market continued for the third consecutive day today. Due to the sell-off in the heavyweight stocks, the market slipped after the initial rally and the Sensex closed with a fall of more than 650 points from its upper levels. Today HDFC (HDFC) and HDFC Bank stocks have seen a sharp decline. In the last trading session of this week, the Sensex closed at 58,339 with a fall of 237 points. On the other hand, Nifty closed at the level of 17476 with a fall of 55 points. Today’s business has seen losses in banking, auto and financial services sectors. On the other hand, metal and oil and gas stocks closed with gains. Markets will remain closed on April 14 on account of Mahavir Jayanti and on April 15 for Good Friday.
how was today’s business
The stock market had a sharp start today, and the Sensex reached the day’s high of 59,003 at the beginning of trading. However, the market’s rally was for a very short time and the major indices came in the red mark with a rise. With the fall, the Sensex reached the day’s low of 58,291 today, that is, today the Sensex has seen a fall of more than 700 points. Today HDFC Bank and HDFC were the biggest losers in the Sensex. HDFC closed with a loss of more than 2 percent. Selling dominated today in TCS, Reliance Industries also. 1852 stocks closed with gains on BSE. At the same time, there was a decline in 1542 stocks. In the midst of the fall, 194 stocks reached the highest level of the year, while 8 stocks also hit upper circuit. On the other hand today 14 stocks reached year’s low and 3 got lower circuit. The total market cap of all the companies listed on the BSE remains above the level of Rs 272 lakh crore.