Stock Markets continued to lose huge on Thursday, too. Growing tensions between India and Canada nations have shown huge impact on Indices. International Stock Markets have ended with huge losses and this factor also contributed to this downtrend. All the gains made in September over 10 sessions have evaporated in two sessions. Stock Markets could not recover at any moment in this session. Hence, BSE lost 570.60 points to close at 66,230.24 and Nifty lost 159.05 points to close at 19,742.35 mark.
BSE Sensex of Stock Markets started trading at 66,608.67 mark and then continued to trade between 66,128.71 to 66,608.67 range. Index started lower than previous closing and went on to lose throughout the session. BSE ended the trading session at 66,230.24 by losing 570.60 points. Nifty Sensex of Stock Markets started trading at 19,840.55 mark and it hit highest for the day at 19,848.75. Nifty50 hit the lowest at 19,709.95. Index kept losing throughout the session once again. Nifty50 ended by losing 159.05 points on 19,742.35.
Indian Rupee traded at Rs.83.05 against US Dollar on Thursday. Tech Mahindra, Bharati Airtel, Asian Paints, Infosys, HUL, L&T shares of Sensex30 collapsed in Stock Markets. Shares from Media sector have seen gains in NSE but all other sectors failed. Stock Markets after great run in the start of September are facing huge losses for two sessions straight. Traders could remain circumspect with global factors not being conducive. Traders suggest that Stock Markets could be facing tough times ahead, too.
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