Stock market news / Market slips in last hours, weekend with loss

Mumbai. Today, on Friday 30th July, the Indian stock market had started well, but slipped by the time the end came. In the last few hours, the market started to slip like this that did not stop, although there was a small amount of buying in the last few minutes but eventually ended with a loss. Both domestic and foreign factors should be responsible for today’s loss weekend.

Today, at the end of the trading day of Friday 30 July, both the major indices of the Indian stock market were on the red mark. The BSE (Bombay Stock Exchange) Sensex closed at 52,586.84 points with a loss of 66.23 points and 0.13 per cent from its yesterday’s trading. While the 50 companies index of NSE (National Stock Exchange) Nifty suffered a slight loss of 15.40 points and closed at the level of 15,763.05. Nifty lost 0.098 percent today.

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It is to be known that today there was a positive start in the Indian stock market. At the time of opening, the Sensex was trading at 52,792.36 with a gain of 139.29 points, while the Nifty also opened with a gain of 22,15 points and opened at 15,800.60.

For the entire trading day today, both the indices had a good positive outlook till it started slipping about an hour before the closing. In today’s full day, Sensex touched a high of 52,910.23 and a low of 52,533.91, while Nifty touched a high of 15,862.80 and a low of 15,744.85.

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Foreign factors are more likely to be responsible for today’s loss closings. Last wave losses in European and Asian stock markets and sell-off news from overseas markets and the desire of domestic profiteers to make profits were the main reasons for the losses.

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