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Share Market Today Share Market Live NSE BSE Sensex: Weak global index slips from market high, Sensex starts weak

Share Market Today Share Market Live NSE BSE Sensex: High level of profit-booking and weak global formula has caught the market fall.

Share Market Today Share Market Live NSE BSE Sensex: The Indian market has also weakened today due to weak signals from global markets. The BSE Sensex is seen trading at 48,010, down 166 points or 0.34 per cent. At the same time, the Nifty traded 75 points, or 0.53 percent, lower at 14,058. Read more – Share Market Today Share Market Live NSE BSE Sensex: Sensex closes record high, Nifty stands at 14,199

25 shares of Sensex 30 were seen in red today. Axis Bank, HDFC, TCS, HUL and HDFC Bank topped the list. On the other hand, ONGC, M&M, NTPC, Bajaj Auto, ICICI Bank, Kotak Bank, Bajaj Finance and Maruti have the top losses. Read more – Market capitalization of all companies listed on BSE reaches record level, Sensex records capital increase

Today’s business is seen selling in the market. Of the 12 large Nifty indices, 11 are in the red. If the IT index is more than half a percent, the banking, metals and auto index is more than half a percent weak. FMCG, Realty and Pharma are also in the red. Read more – Share Market Today Share Market Live NSE BSE Sensex: In continuation of market growth, Sensex rose 308 points, Nifty closed at 14,133

Trade in Asian markets is limited. After a 700-point drop in the intraday yesterday, a spectacular recovery was seen in the Do Jones. The Dow closed down 380 points at the end of the trade. The Dow Future is now up 0 points.
Yesterday the Dow fell 382 points and the S&P 55 points. Nasdaq fell 190 points yesterday. A national lockdown has been set in the UK in mid-February. Concerns about recovery have grown due to the growing number of cases of corona. Iran has already said it will resume uranium enrichment.

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