Market slips after initial gains, Nifty closed below 17250 with a fall

There was a decline in the banking and financial services sector in today’s business, while the metal sector has registered a boom today.

The fall in the stock market

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stock market today ,Stock Market Today) has closed with a fall after losing the initial lead. The market has seen selling pressure in the financial and banking sectors and major indices (Sensex and nifty) closed with a fall of half a percent. In Wednesday’s trade, the Sensex fell by 304 points at 57,685 and the Nifty closed at 17246 with a fall of 69 points. Sector-specific business has been seen in the market today. banking (banking stocks) And there was a decline in the financial sector. However, on the other hand, the metal sector registered an uptrend. Today the performance of midcap stocks was better than large cap and smallcap.

how was today’s business

After the signals received from foreign markets, the stock market had started with an increase today. However, there was a decline in the market with the business. The Sensex had reached the day’s high of 58,416.56 at the beginning of trading. However, with the weakness in afternoon trading, the Sensex reached the day’s low of 57,568.59, that is, the Sensex has dropped a maximum of 848 points in today’s trading. At the same time, the index has closed down by more than 700 points from the upper levels. Today, the stocks that registered a decline in the market were more than the rising stocks, today about 1500 stocks saw an increase, while more than 1900 stocks closed with a fall. No change was seen in 127 stock today. In today’s trading, 126 stocks reached the highest level of the year. While 30 stocks recorded year’s low. The total market value of all the companies listed on BSE has come down to Rs 260 lakh crore today.

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