Mumbai. The Indian stock market, including the whole world, has also been badly affected due to the Ukraine crisis. No matter how, when there is a superpower like Russia on one side and the whole world on the other, the chances of the crisis getting bigger increases. Due to this fear, investors all over the world are withdrawing their money from the speculative market with the aim of securing their wealth. There is also a lot of foreign investment directly and indirectly in the Indian stock market. The market crashed due to the sudden sell-off in the Indian stock market today. Today around 240 shares have risen, 3084 shares have declined and 69 shares have remained unchanged.
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It is to be known that on Thursday, February 24, the BSE (Bombay Stock Exchange) Sensex closed at 54,529.91 with a fall of 2702.15 points. On the other hand, Nifty of NSE (National Stock Exchange) closed today with a loss of 815.30 points. Today, Nifty fell 4.78 percent, taking more losses than the Sensex’s 4.72 percent fall.
It is to be known that due to the news of the start of Ukraine-Russia war, the market opened today with heavy losses. On one hand Nifty opened at the level of 16,548.90 with a loss of 514.35 points, while on the other hand the Sensex opened today’s opening at 55,418.45 with a huge loss of 1813.51 points. Despite the bad opening, the loss pattern did not stop, and the whole day the market continued to sell and go down with it. In today’s trading, the highest and lowest level of Sensex was 55996.09 and 54,383.20 points respectively. Today’s high and low levels in Nifty were 16,705.25 and 16,203.25.
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Talking about the sectoral index, today all the indices are in loss. Yes, Nifty FMCG sector fell by 3.33% to become the least hit sector. The Nifty PSU Bank sector fell 8.26% to become the worst performing sector. All sectoral indices ended with a fall of 3-8 per cent, while BSE Midcap and Smallcap indices ended higher by 5-5 per cent.
Today, out of 50 Nifty stocks, not a single share closed with profit. Top 5 losers in today’s day are Tata Motors, IndusInd Bank, UPL, Grasim Induseries and Adani Ports.
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