Nifty down more than 100 points as stocks take wild ride
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Closing Bell: Nifty down more than 100 points as stocks take wild ride
The broader NSE Nifty slipped 102 points to 11,354 on Monday. Domestic equity index Nifty turned negative for the second consecutive session and cracked below the key 11,400-mark, dragged down by weak global cues and ahead of March F&O expiry later this week. All sectoral indices ended in red, contributing to the losses.
NIFTY TOP GAINERS/LOSERS
Market Update: Nifty extend losses; All sectoral indices trade in red
The benchmark index NSE Nifty 50 Index declined 131 points to 11,325 on Monday. Indian equity index Nifty slipped more than 1 percent and now trading below 11,350 mark, tracking weak global cues and ahead of March F&O expiry later this week. On the sectoral front, Banking, Auto, Media, Realty and Finance were down 2-1%, respectively.
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Morning Update: Nifty fall in early trade tracking sell-off in global markets
Indian equity benchmark index Nifty registered a gap-down in the early morning session and now trading below 11,400 level by soaring 103 points to 11,356 on Monday, tracking a selloff in global markets as fears lingered over a global economic slowdown. All the sectoral indices were trading in red led by banking, financial, metal and realty sector.
Market breadth was negative with 291 stocks trading higher compared to 1245 falling on the NSE.
FII & DII Deets
On a net basis, foreign portfolio investors (FIIs) bought shares worth a net of Rs 1350.95 crore on Friday, and domestic institutional investors (DIIs) were net sellers to the tune of Rs 675.37 crore.
Top News Of The Day
Tata Capital To Raise Money
- Tata Capital, the financial services arm of the diversified conglomerate, will be raising $100 million in foreign borrowings in next week to meets its future growth demand.
FPI’s Are In Buying Mode
- Foreign investors have poured in a net amount of Rs 38,211 crore in the domestic capital markets in March so far, mainly on account of improved global liquidity.
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