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NIFTY Outlook
The S&P BSE Sensex ended at 37,922, down 468 points while the broader Nifty50 index settled at 11,438, down 151 points.
In the broader markets, the S&P BSE Mid Cap index fell 1.7 per cent, while the S&P BSE Small-Cap index ended down 1.1 per cent. Among stocks, Reliance Industries (RIL) and ITC ended over 1.5 per cent lower.
Share Market Tips
NIFTY SNAPSHOT
INDEX OPEN HIGH LOW CLOSE
NIFTY 50 11,570.25 11,573.00 11,427.30 11,438.10
BANKNIFTY 27,395.20 27,404.85 27,142.55 27,201.75
OPEN INTEREST AND VOLUME
INDEX CURRENT PREVIOUS % CHANGE
NIFTY OI 28973250 28755225 2.24
NIFTY VOLUME 135757 125938 7.79
BANKNIFTY OI 1762520 1520960 19.34
BANKNIFTY

VOLUME

91272 84125 8.49
ADVANCE/DECLINE RATIO
INDEX NIFTY
ADVANCES 8
DECLINES 42
UNCHANGED 0
NIFTY GAINERS
SYMBOL CMP % CHANGE
HCLTECH 1,090.45 1.54
AXISBANK 651.50 0.92
ZEEL 473.50 0.66
CIPLA 666.35 0.24
TCS 2,084.00 0.20
NIFTY LOSERS
SYMBOL CMP % CHANGE
BAJFINANCE 2,607.60 4.98
IBULHSGFIN 1,161.45 4.23
BAJAJFINSV 6,335.00 4.02
SUNPHARMA 637.75 3.99
BPCL 344.05 3.61
Market News:
• Brookfield is leading the race to buy Mukesh Ambani’s East-West Pipeline.
• Bharat Bandh Live: Andhra Pradesh CM announces cut of Rs 2 in fuel prices.
• ICICI Lombard hits the highest level since listing; up 14% in September.
• Axis Bank gains 5% on the appointment of Amitabh Chaudhry as the MD & CEO.
India becomes the latest epicentre of nervousness sweeping emerging markets:
India became the latest epicentre of the nervousness sweeping emerging markets as better-than-forecast current-account data failed to stem the slide in the rupee.
The currency sank as much as 1.3 per cent, while stocks dropped the most since August and bonds tumbled to the lowest level since 2014. Turkey’s lira also weakened, wiping out about half of last week’s gains, while declines in almost every other developing-nation currency left the benchmark MSCI Index close to dropping below its 200-week moving average for the first time since early 2017.
Though India’s current-account deficit was narrower than expected, the fact that it widened at all — it was the biggest shortfall in five years – rattled traders. Investors are concerned about countries with the unsustainable current- account and fiscal deficits as well as accelerating inflation and higher-than-average foreign ownership of the domestic debt, according to State Street Global Advisors.

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