Share Market Opening 15 March: Bad start due to global pressure, Sensex opened below 73 thousand points

Share Market Opening 15 March: Bad start due to global pressure, Sensex opened below 73 thousand points

Share Market Opening 15 March: The domestic stock market started trading with losses even on the last day of the week. The impact of global decline is visible on both the major domestic indices BSE Sensex and NSE Nifty50. Today Sensex started trading below 73 thousand points with a loss of more than 180 points.

In a few minutes of trading in the initial session, Sensex had fallen by 250 points. At 9.20 am, the Sensex was down 251 points and was trading at 72,845 points. Nifty had fallen by about 70 points and came near 22,075 points.

Such signals were received from the pre-open session

The market was showing signs of sluggishness in the pre-open session. In the pre-open session, NSE's Nifty50 index had fallen by more than 80 points, while the Sensex had fallen below 72,900 points with a loss of more than 210 points. At 8.15 am, Nifty futures in Gift City were down by 50 points at 22,180 points. This was indicating that today's market may start with losses.

Yesterday the market had made a good recovery

Earlier on Thursday, the market recovered from the initial fall and made a good comeback. and was in profit. After the end of trading, BSE Sensex was at 73,097.28 points with a gain of 335.39 points (0.46 percent). At the same time, NSE Nifty closed at 22,146.65 points with a rise of 148.95 points (0.68 percent).

Fall dominated in foreign markets

A decline was seen in the American market on Thursday. On Wall Street, the Dow Jones Industrial Average declined by 0.35 percent, while the S&P500 declined by 0.29 percent and the tech-focused index Nasdaq Composite declined by 0.30 percent. Asian markets have also fallen in today's trading. Japan's Nikkei is at a loss of 0.30 percent. Hong Kong's Hang Seng and South Korea's Kospi are showing a decline of more than 1 percent each.

This is the condition of big stocks today

Most of the big stocks fell in the initial session. Were. Of the 30 Sensex companies, except 8, shares of the remaining 22 companies were in loss. Mahindra & Mahindra was the biggest loser with 1.37 percent loss. Shares like Infosys and Axis Bank were in loss of more than one percent each. Today, pressure is visible on IT shares. All major IT shares including HCL Tech, Wipro, TCS, Tech Mahindra are in the red zone. On the other hand, Parvgrid Corporation's shares had the highest gain of 1.30 percent. Big shares like Tata Motors, Bharti Airtel, SBI were also in the green zone.

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