Stock Markets on 10th January again crashed after 9th January super recovery. Indian Stock Markets have lost all the profits made on Monday. FIIs have been withdrawing their investments from Markets from past few months and the effect is showing, now. Indian Inflation did not decrease as anticipated and Stock Markets have reacted to it as well. On the whole, all factors have coupled the losses and BSE lost 631.83 points to close at 60,115.48 and Nifty lost 187.05 points to close at 17,914.15 mark.
BSE Sensex of Stock Markets started trading at 60,805.14 mark and then continued to trade between 59,938.38 to 60,809.65 range. Finally, BSE ended the trading session at 60,115.48 by losing 631.83 points. Nifty Sensex of Stock Markets started trading at 18,121.30 mark and it hit highest for the day at 18,127.60, during opening hours. Nifty went down further and hit the lowest at 17,856.00. It traded in red all-day to end at 17,914.15 by losing 187.05 points.
Indian Rupee traded at Rs.81.73 against US Dollar on Tuesday. International Stock Markets have lost dearly and that effect has shown on Indian Markets too. TCS trimester results have been highly disappointing and hence the share value has gone down by 1.11%. Stock Values of Febuxostat, Tata Motors, Sriram Asset Management have increased even during such a bad day.
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