BSE Sensex falls to 3-mth low in worst Budget day show since 2009
Globally, Asian stocks finished firm with gains of up to 2.71 per cent on strong closing on Wall Street yesterday after better-than-estimated US economic data bolstered confidence in the global economic recovery. European markets too were trading higher in their early trade.
Turning back to the local market, 24 scrips out of 30-share Sensex finished lower and five ended higher while and ITC ruled steady.
Among the sectoral indices, the BSE-Power dropped by 4.29 per ent, followed by Bankex (3.59 pc), BSE-CG (3.39 pc), BSE-Metal (2.95 pc), BSE-PSU (2.18 pc) and BSE-Realty (1.64 pc). The BSE-Midcap and BSE-Small cap indices also fell by 2.46 per cent and 1.97 per cent respectively, due to heavy selling from retail investors.
Market breadth turned negative as 1,972 shares ended lower while 857 finished higher while 102 scrips ruled steady.
Total turnover rose to Rs 3,555.24 crore from Rs 2,106.87 crore yesterday. FIIs had picked up shares worth Rs 106.36 crore yesterday as per provisional data.
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