Stock market selling continues, Sensex rolled 286 points then Nifty closed below 19,500, beating banking stocks

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BSE Sensex broke 286.06 points to close at 65,226.04 points. Sensex had a decline in 21 of the 30 stocks and a boom of just 9. At the same time, Nifty rolled 92.65 points to close at 19,436.10. Today’s business saw a large decline in stocks of banking and vehicle companies. There were fluctuations in the market throughout the day.

Market share Today, selling continued for the second consecutive day. BSE Sensex broke 286.06 points to close at 65,226.04 points. Sensex had a decline in 21 of the 30 stocks and a boom of just 9. At the same time, Nifty rolled 92.65 points to close at 19,436.10. Today’s business saw a large decline in stocks of banking and vehicle companies. There were fluctuations in the market throughout the day. However, a little Rickwari later returned but the market closed in the red mark. Axis Bank shares in Sensex lost the most by 4.66 percent. At the same time, Nestlé’s stock was the fastest.

Due to this the market was declining

Market sentiment was also affected by the continued capital withdrawal of foreign institutional investors and the weak stance of the US and Asian markets. Sensex shares lost more than four percent to Axis Bank. Also the State Bank of India, Indesind Bank, NTPC, Ultratech Cement, Bajaj Finserve, Tata Steel, JSW Steel, Maruti and Larsen & Toubro were mainly at a loss. Shares in profit on the other hand include Nestlé, Hindustan Yuniliver, HDFC Bank, Tata Consultancy Services, Infosys, HCl Technologies and Asian Paints.

Global market has mixed

Other markets in Asia include South Korea’s Cospe, Japan’s Nikki and Hong Kong’s Hangseng loss, while China’s Shanghai Composite remained in profit. Early trading in major markets in Europe was in a rapid trend. US markets fell by more than one percent on Tuesday. According to stock market data, foreign institutional investors sold shares worth Rs 2,034.14 crore on Tuesday. Global oil standard Brent crude declined 0.91 percent to $ 90.09 a barrel.

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