new Delhi. After Russia’s attack on Ukraine, there has been panic in the markets around the world. Due to the conflict between these countries, there was an earthquake in the Indian stock market on Thursday. The Indian stock market has closed with a fall for the 7th consecutive trading day. In today’s fall alone, investors have lost Rs 13.32 lakh crore in the stock market.
The market cap of BSE listed companies stood at Rs 242.28 lakh crore in Thursday’s trade. A day earlier, this amount was Rs 255.68 lakh crore. In this context, investors have lost Rs 13.32 lakh crore in just one day’s business.
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Investors lost Rs 28.33 lakh crore in February
In February, investors have lost more than 28 lakh crores. The market capitalization of BSE as on February 2 was Rs 2,70,64,905.75 crore, which is now Rs 2,42,31,379.20 crore. In this way, investors have lost Rs 28.33 lakh crore in February.
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Sensex slips 2700 points, Nifty closes below 16250
On Thursday, there was a big decline in the stock market after 23 March 2020. At the end of trading, the Sensex, the main index of the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE), lost 2702.15 points, or 4.72 per cent, to close at 54,529.91. On the other hand, the Nifty of the National Stock Exchange (NSE) fell 815.30 points, or 4.78 percent, to close at 16247.95. Tata Motors, IndusInd Bank, UPL, Grasim Indusries and Adani Ports were the biggest losers of Nifty in Thursday’s trade. The BSE Mid and Smallcap index is down 5 per cent.
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