Stock Market Opening: Weak start of stock market, slight fall in Sensex-Nifty, rise in these stocks – stock market down in opening session sensex tumbled in third consecutive days – News18 Hindi

Mumbai. The Indian stock market is again seen standing at the crossroad on Tuesday morning. As soon as the trading started, there was a slight decline in the Sensex-Nifty today, but investors are still in a buying mood and are waiting for the market to rise slightly. The effect of the fall in the global market is clearly visible on the sentiments of the investors today, due to which they are hesitating to invest money despite making up their mind to buy.

The Sensex opened with a fall of 18 points this morning at 61,127 and started trading, while the Nifty opened with a gain of 19 points at 18,179 and started trading. Enthusiasm is visible among investors but there is also fear of lockdown due to fall in the global market and increase in corona infection in China. After this the market declined slightly and at 9.28 am the Sensex fell 46 points to 61,099, while the Nifty fell 19 points to 18,143.

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There was a boom in these stocks
Investors bet heavily on companies like Larsen and Toubro, NTPC, Eicher Motors, IndusInd Bank and Maruti Suzuki since the start of trading this morning and stocks of these companies came in the list of top gainers with consistent investment. On the other hand, stocks of companies like TCS, Nestle India, JSW Steel, Asian Paints and HCL Technologies are showing a decline and due to continuous selling in these stocks, they have come under the category of top losers.

Loss visible in these sectors
If we look at today’s business sector-wise, Nifty IT, Metal and Realty index are showing maximum decline. These sectors are trading at a loss of 0.5 per cent. At the same time, there is a boom in PSU Bank and Auto Index and these indices are trading at a gain of 0.9 per cent.

Selling pressure from foreign investors
Foreign investors have once again started withdrawing money from the Indian capital market. In the last trading session, foreign institutional investors withdrew money from the market by selling shares worth Rs 1,593.83 crore. However, during the same period, domestic institutional investors bought shares worth Rs 1,262.91 crore.

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