Stock Market: The mood of the market is bad, even today there is a possibility of opening on the decline, stocks under pressure due to these factors

Stock Market: The mood of the market is bad, even today there is a possibility of opening on the decline, stocks under pressure due to these factors

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new Delhi. The mood of the Indian stock market is disturbed these days. Despite a good start on Wednesday, Sensex-Nifty closed on a loss. Even today, the stocks will remain under pressure due to many global factors.

On Wednesday, the Sensex started trading with a gain of more than 300 points, but later closed down by 69 points. Similarly, Nifty, which opened with a gain of 100 points, closed at a loss of 29 points. Market experts say that even today there is every possibility of a fall in the market, because many global factors are seen dominating the market.

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US-Europe markets collapse due to Russia-Ukraine tension
The effect of rising military tensions with Russia and Ukraine is clearly visible on the European markets. America’s major stock exchange NASDAQ saw a big decline of 2.57 percent on Wednesday, while the S&P 500’s technology sector declined 2.60 percent. In European markets too, Germany’s exchange closed at a loss of 0.42 per cent and that of France at 0.10 per cent.

Asian markets also opened at a loss
Most of the Asian markets, which opened on February 24, started trading with a fall. Singapore’s stock exchange opened at a loss of 1.65 percent and Japan’s 1.12 percent. Apart from this, there was a fall of 1.18 percent on Taiwan’s stock exchange and 1.72 percent in South Korea. Experts say that the impact of the fall in Asian markets will definitely be seen on Indian investors as well.

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Market under pressure due to selling of foreign investors
Foreign Institutional Investors (FIIs) also pulled out a large amount from the market on Wednesday. During this period, FIIs made net sellers of Rs 3,417.16 crore, while domestic investors were net buyers of shares worth Rs 3,024.37 crore. So far in the month of February, foreign investors have withdrawn Rs 30,852.66 crore from the Indian capital market.

Tags: Nifty, Sensex, Share market

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