The Sensex closed at 59,544, down 288 points in today’s trading.
Nifty closed at 17,656 with a loss of 74 points.
The biggest fall was seen in the shares of Nestle, which fell 3 percent.
Mumbai. The Indian stock market finally closed at a loss after ups and downs like a roller coaster throughout the day. The Sensex had gained more than 150 points in the morning and started trading with a boom in the eighth consecutive session. Later, the effect of the ongoing selling in the global market was also shown on the sentiment of domestic investors and they came on profit-booking.
The Sensex closed at 59,544, down 288 points in today’s trade, while the Nifty closed at 17,656 with a loss of 74 points. Investors also lost around Rs 1.8 lakh crore due to the fall in today’s trading and the market cap of companies listed on BSE decreased. However, this approximate figure and official figures will be released later. Today the biggest fall was seen in the shares of Nestle, which fell 3 percent. RIL’s shares also saw a loss of 1.5 percent today, which opened on a jump in the morning.
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These stocks made losses
Investors started selling and booking profits after a few hours of buying this morning. Today the top selling was in the shares of Nestle, Bajaj Finserv, HUL, Kotak Bank, RIL, HDFC, Bajaj Finance, Asian Paints and IndusInd Bank, which closed down by 1 to 3 per cent.
These are today’s top gainers
Investors today sold a lot in some companies and invested a lot of money in some. In today’s business, investors’ favorite stocks included companies like Tech M, Maruti Suzuki, L&T, NTPC, Dr Reddy’s Labs, SBI, M&M and Infosys, which also saw a lot of growth. Stocks of these companies from 0.6 percent to 3 percent due to continuous investment. Closed on a jump of up to percentage, which joined the list of top gainers.
which sector is performing
If we look at today’s business sector-wise, then the biggest jump came in the shares of PSU Bank sector, which closed up to 3 percent. Apart from this, companies in the capital goods and auto sector also showed a jump of 1 percent. However, today the FMCG index has also declined by 1 percent. If we look at the broader index, BSE Midcap is seeing a rise of 0.45 percent while Smallcap is seeing a rise of 0.35 percent.
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FIRST PUBLISHED : October 25, 2022, 15:49 IST