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Market lost 15 lakh crores before Holi due to Corona’s havoc, know how

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New Delhi. Corona’s havoc has started once again in the country and the world. The US market has seen a decline of 2% in Nasdaq. On the other hand, due to increasing cases of Corona virus and restrictions in India, the stock market has fallen to a one-and-a-half month low. At the same time, the market has come down by more than 3700 points from its all-time high. Investors have already lost more than Rs 15 lakh crore before Holi. If we talk today, the Sensex is trading down by more than 350 points. While the Nifty is seeing a decline of more than 100 points.

stock market crash
Today the stock market is witnessing a decline. The Bombay Stock Exchange’s leading index Sensex is trading at 48817.58 points with a decline of 362.73 points. While today the Sensex reached a low of 48,770 points. Whereas the Sensex was at 52.516.76 points all time on 16 February. Since then, the market has come down by 3746 points. On the other hand, the Nifty is trading at 14,446.90 points, down by 102.50 points. Whereas on 16 February the Nifty was on the all-time hike with 15,431.75 points. Since then, the Nifty has broken over 1000 points.

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Fall in all sectors
Today the sectoral index is visible on the red mark in the stock market. BSE Auto 306.65 points, Bank Exchange 386.47, Bank Nifty 325 points, Capital Goods 172.58 points, Consumer Durables 417.63 points, BSE FMCG 93.37 points, BSE Healthcare 144.47 points, BSE IT 379.23 points, Oil & Gas 95.91 points, BSE PSU 66.14 points and BSE Tech is trading down by 168.79 points. While BSE Metal is trading marginally higher by 24.45 points.

Rising and falling shares
First of all, if the rising stocks, Tata Motors 2.22 per cent, Bharat Petroleum Corporation 2.19 per cent, Eicher Motors 2.14 per cent, Bajaj Finance 1.92 per cent and Kotak Mahindra Bank are seeing a gain of 1.90 per cent. On the other hand, Tata Steel is seeing 1.15 per cent, ONGC 1 per cent, UPL 0.55 per cent, JSW Steel 0.35 per cent and GAIL India 0.23 per cent.

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