Blood Bath in Indian Share Market

Blood Bath in Indian Share Market: Sensex took dip of 931 points

931 points dip in Sensex after hitting all-time high

Nifty 50 dives 303 points and settles at 21,150

Blood Bath was witnessed in Indian Share Market today. The BSE Sensex (30) pack took a dip of 931 points (1.30%) to settle at 70,506 while the pack of 50 shares NSE Nifty index moved nearly 303 points (1.41%) to the level of 21,150 at closing bell.

Indian equity benchmarks on Wednesday fell sharply after scaling their fresh lifetime peaks. The BSE Sensex of 30 shares slumped 931 points about 1.30% to 70506 at the closing bell. While the 50shares NSE Nifty index went south nearly 303 points about 1.41% to end at 21,150 level at the closing of market today. The “Blood Bath” seen in the domestic share market could be related to huge profit booking at higher levels and in view of the rising numbers in Covid-19 cases in the country.

Blood Bath in Indian Share Market

Earlier today, Sensex galloped 476 points to touch an all-time high of 71,913 and Nifty clocked its fresh record high of 21,593. The massive drop in the stock indexes came during at the closing session due to high panic selling.

Around Rs.9 Lakh crore of BSE market capitalisation (M-cap) was wiped out during this domestic market crash. Investor wealth, as suggested by the BSE m-cap, decreased by Rs 9.11 lakh crore to Rs 350.01 lakh crore compared with a valuation of Rs 359.11 lakh crore recorded in the previous session.

Bank, Metal & Auto stocks  

All 15 sector gauges, compiled by the National Stock Exchange (NSE), in the Indian Share Market closed in the RED. Sub-indexes Nifty PSU Bank, Nifty Auto and Nifty Metal underperformed the NSE platform by falling as much as 4.04%, 2.28% and 3.82%, respectively.

The ascent in Coronavirus cases in India is expected to the new Coronavirus sub-variation JN.1, first recognized in Kerala. One more purpose for this precarious decrease in Sensex focuses is the Foreign institutional investors (FIIs). FII sold approximately 601.52 crore worth of Indian shares during the most recent market session.

Frequently Asked Questions:

If more individuals have any desire to purchase a stock (request) than sell it (supply), then, at that point, the cost goes up. On the other hand, to sell a stock than get it, there would be more noteworthy inventory than request, and the cost would fall.

A significant part of the fall in the market was because of benefit booking after the record rally in the midst of worries over high valuation and overbought signals on specialized diagrams. In December alone, the Nifty 50 and Sensex have ascended more than 5% each. Of the 50 constituents of Nifty, 46 of them finished in the red and fell up to almost 6%.

Nifty Bank, or Bank Nifty, is a record involved the most fluid and enormous promoted Indian financial stocks. It furnishes financial backers with a benchmark that catches the capital market execution of Indian bank stocks. The file has 12 stocks from the financial area.

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