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Market felt afraid of Corona, 815 million investors drowned

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New Delhi. There was a clear fear of the possibility of a lockdown on the market today. The Delhi government has also indicated to put a lockdown and the discussion is going on vigorously in Maharashtra. Due to which the stock market witnessed a tremendous decline. Today the Sensex saw a decline of over 1700 points. The Nifty also closed with a fall of 525 points. Market investors suffered heavy losses. Today a quarter and a half million rupees have been cleared from the market. If you look at the market data, the Sensex has reached a low of 71 days. Auto, banking and consumer durables closed down by more than a thousand points. Tata Motors and Adani Ports have seen the biggest drop in shares.

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Stock market crash
Today the stock market crashed. The Bombay Stock Exchange’s flagship index Sensex fell by 1707.94 points to close at 47,883.38 points. While the National Stock Exchange’s major index Nifty 50 fell by 524.03 points to close at 14,310.80 points. BSE Small Cap 1039.84 and BSE Mid-cap 1105.42 closed down by a big loss. While the foreign investors index CNX Midcap closed down 1391.50 points.

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Sectoral index red
The sectoral index saw a big drop today. Bank Exchange closed down by 1802.60 points and Bank Nifty by 1656.05 points. Consumer durables 1490.79, BSE Auto 1152.61, Capital Goods 982.82, BSE Metal 912.83, Oil & Gas 660.22, BSE IT 614.49, BSE PSU 402.07, BSE FMCG 259.50, BSE Tech 317.78 and BSE Healthcare closed down by 174.09 points.

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Declining shares
First, when it came to declining shares, Tata Motors closed down by 9.95 per cent, Adani Ports & SEZ 9.59 per cent, IndusInd Bank 8.58 per cent, Bajaj Finance 7.42 per cent and UPL by 7.14 per cent. On the other hand, Dr. Reddy Laboratories closed with a gain of 4.97 per cent, Cipla 2.19 per cent, Divis Laboratories 0.73 per cent and Britannia Industries by 0.40 per cent.

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