Stock Market: Strong opening of the market, Sensex opened close to 56 thousand, Nifty also increased

Stock Market: Stock market in crisis, today will start with a big fall, know where to keep an eye on investors


new Delhi. The Indian stock market is in deep trouble and as the Russia-Ukraine war progresses, investor confidence is waning.

Experts say that the stock market, which is under constant pressure, is less likely to recover even today. Selling will also dominate domestic investors under the pressure of the global factor and trading may start with a decline once again on both the exchanges. Earlier on Friday, the Sensex closed down 769 points at 54,334, while the Nifty had reached 16,245 on Nasdaq with a loss of 253 points.

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Destruction in US and European markets
The heat of the war being fought at the mouth of Europe can be clearly seen on all the major stock markets there. Due to the impact on the supply of crude, there was a situation of energy crisis around the world and America’s major stock exchange Nasdaq saw a decline of 1.66 percent. In European markets, there has been a big loss of 4.41 percent on the German exchange and 4.97 percent on the French stock exchange. The London Stock Exchange also closed at a loss of 3.48 percent.

Trading on red mark in Asian markets
Trading started with a fall in all the major stock markets of Asia on Monday. The Singapore Stock Exchange was trading 2.06 per cent and Japan’s Nikkei 2.90 per cent lower. Apart from this, the South Korean exchange was also down by 1.80 percent. The impact of the weakness of Asian markets will also be seen on the exchanges of India.

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Decreasing confidence of foreign investors
The confidence of Foreign Institutional Investors (FIIs) in the Indian capital market is continuously decreasing. During the trading that ended on Friday, foreign investors pulled out shares worth Rs 7,631.02 crore from the market. However, the market got some support due to the purchase of 4,738.99 crore by domestic investors, but could not avoid a big fall.

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