Mumbai: The domestic stock market has also seen weakness amid weak global cues. Both the Sensex and Nifty indices have closed in the red mark. The Nifty has slipped below 15000. After midday due to huge profit realization in PSU bank shares, the market decline has increased. Currently, the Sensex has fallen by 435 points and has closed at the level of 50890. During the business, it weakened to the level of 50624. At the same time, the Nifty lost 137 points and closed below the 15000 level at 14982.
Even before this, there was a decline in the market for 2 consecutive days. There is an all-round selling in the market. There was pressure in all sectors including bank, financial and auto. However, RIL has been growing close to 1 per cent. Shares like ONGC, SBI and Axis Bank are among the top losers. Talking about global signals, the major US markets closed on Thursday on Thursday. At the same time, there is a sell in Asian markets too.
In today’s trade, 19 stocks of Sensex 30 have closed in the red mark. IndusInd Bank, HUL, Dr. Reddy’s, RIL, NTPC and TCS are among today’s top gainers list. The top losers include ONGC, SBI, Axis Bank, ICICI Bank, Bajaj Auto, Maruti, PowerGrid and Ultratech Cement.
There is all-round selling in the stock market today. All major 12 indices on the Nifty have closed in red. The PSU bank index has lost nearly 5 percent. There is a 3 percent decline in the auto index. The metal index has also broken more than 2 percent. Other indices also closed weakly.