The stock market was shaken by the sound of Corona


Mumbai: Despite the boom in the global market, the stock market remained shaky for the third consecutive day today under the pressure of all-round selling by investors who were worried about the impact of Corona in the country.

The investment sentiment of investors has been affected after the cases of Omicron’s variant BF7 were found in the country. Due to this, the BSE’s 30-share sensitive index Sensex fell 241.02 points, or 0.39 percent, to 60826.22 points, below the psychological level of 61 thousand points, which is one and a half month low. Earlier it was at 60613.70 on 10th November. Similarly, the Nifty of the National Stock Exchange (NSE) fell 71.75 points, ie 0.39 percent, to 18127.35 points.

Like major companies, BSE Midcap fell 0.77 percent to 25,285.23 points and Smallcap fell 1.83 percent to 28,421.52 points. During this period, a total of 3652 companies traded on the BSE, out of which 2790 were sold, 767 were bought and 95 remained unchanged. Similarly, 41 companies declined in the NSE while the remaining nine advanced.

18 groups of BSE remained under selling pressure. During this period Commodities 0.90, CD 1.10, Energy 0.76, FMCG 0.70, Financial Services 0.59, Industrials 1.78, Telecom 0.98, Utilities 1.60, Auto 1.05, Capital Goods 1.57, Consumer Durables 0.78, Metals 1.15, Oil & Gas 0.86, Power 1.49 Shares of the group fell 1.33 per cent.

Internationally, except China’s Shanghai Composite declined 0.46 per cent. During this period, Britain’s FTSE 0.46, Germany’s DAX 0.05, Japan’s Nikkei 0.46 and Hong Kong’s Hangseng rose by 2.71 percent.


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