new Delhi. The stock market disappointed investors a lot last week. Despite a good start in the morning, Sensex and Nifty continued to close on losses. In the last session on Friday also, the closing of the market took place with a red mark.
The Sensex closed 59 points lower at 57,833 on Friday, while the Nifty also fell 28.3 points to 17,276. Experts are telling that the way the environment is being created around the world, there is no hope of much improvement in the market this week as well. According to experts, there are many such factors which are acting as negative sentiment for the market.
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Russia-Ukraine tension at its peak
Tension between Russia and Ukraine has now reached its peak and a full-fledged war is being made. After America, India has also advised its citizens to leave Ukraine. Due to this, investors were seeing increasing international pressure on the market and under pressure from the US and European markets, the markets of Asia-Pacific region were also seen trading with negative sentiment.
US stock market in death cross zone
After two years, the US stock markets are again seen in the death cross zone, shocked by the situation in Ukraine. On Friday, the Dow zones were closed at a decline of 232.85 points. The S&P 500 also closed down 31.39 points and Nasdaq Composite 168.65 points. For the first time after March 2020, the market is entering the death cross zone, indicating a major downside in the coming few days.
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Asian markets opened on losses
Most of the Asian markets opened with a fall on Monday. On the stock exchange of Singapore, 0.84 percent, Japan 0.99 percent, Hong Kong saw an initial decline of 1.88 percent. Apart from this, the stock markets of South Korea were also trading at a loss of 0.67 percent. This is likely to have an impact on India’s stock exchange as well.
Large withdrawal of foreign investors
Although Foreign Institutional Investors (FIIs) are continuously withdrawing their money from the Indian capital market, but on Friday they made the biggest withdrawal of February. During this, FII sold shares worth Rs 2,529.96 crore. However, domestic investors poured Rs 1,929.08 into the market through buying of shares, thereby avoiding any major fall.
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