After Two Days Of Rally, The Stock Market Fell Again, Sensex Broke More Than 300 Points

New Delhi:- Amid the strength in the global market, there was sluggishness in the domestic stock market on Wednesday. At the start of the trading, the Sensex lost 345.71 points to open at 52,186.36. At the identical time, Nifty opened at the extent of 15,545.65 with red mark.


Shortly after the securities market opened, the Sensex broke over 450 points. The top gainers of Nifty are Hero Motoco, Bajaj Auto, Hindustan Unilvr, Maruti and Dr Reddy. On the other hand, Tata Steel, ONGC, Hindalco, Bajaj Finance and UPL were within the list of top losers.

On the opposite hand, there was a boom in the global market. The Dow-Jones Industrial Average jumped 640 points and therefore the Nasdaq rose 2.5 percent. Europe’s markets saw a 0.5 percent gain.


Earlier on Wednesday, the stock markets closed for the second consecutive day. The BSE Sensex , supported 30 shares, climbed 934.23 points to finish at 52,532.07. After two days of uptrend, the stock market again saw a fall.

However, the US markets closed sharply on Wednesday. On Wednesday, the stock market’s Sensex closed with a gain of 934.23 points. The stock market has seen plenty on the primary  trading day of the week. The Sensex closed with a gain of 237.42 points or 0.46 per cent.

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