BSE Sensex down 10 per cent since January
The decline in the Indian stock market has not stopped, with both the indices finally closing lower after starting on the green mark of positive global signals on Friday. The 30-share Sensex of the Bombay Stock Exchange fell 19 points to close at 3.4, while the Nifty index of the National Stock Exchange fell by 3 points to close at 12.5. Earlier, both the market indices started at the green mark. The Sensex opened 20 points, or 0.21 per cent, higher at 8,710, while the Nifty opened 16 points, or 1.08 per cent, higher at 12.5. As soon as the market opened, about 15 stocks rose, 3 stocks fell and 3 stocks remained unchanged. The stock market plunged for the fifth day in a row in the last trading session on Thursday. At the close of the day, the BSE Sensex was down 116 points, or 2.18 per cent, at 8.30, while the NSE Nifty was down 3 points, or 2.3 per cent, at 12,205. Even before this, the last trading day of last week, both the indices had been declining since Friday. In the year 203, the Sensex and Nifty have been witnessing a steady decline. If we look at the data, the BSE Sensex has fallen by 10 per cent since January. On January 8, 207, it was at 9,12 points, while on Thursday, May 12, the Sensex fell to Rs. It had come down to 8.30. Global factors have been the main reason behind the decline in the market this year. The impact of the ongoing war between Russia and Ukraine is being felt not only in India but also in the international markets.
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