Muhurat: Samvat 2069 starts in red
An overall negative wave across global markets also seems to have impacted the investor sentiment during the Muhurat session. Most Asian and European markets traded in the red on Tuesday as policy makers in Greece have still not agreed on giving it the next installment of rescue loans.
While Hang Seng lost nearly 250 points or 1.13%, Taiwan Weighted was also down 131 points or nearly 2%. Almost all the leading European benchmark indices were also trading in the red at the time of going to press. According to reports, Greece's fellow Euro partners gave it a couple more years to meet its economic targets but remain at odds with the International Monetary Fund over how to make the country's debt manageable over the longer-term. They need to agree on that before they can release the around $40 billion. They will meet again on November 20 to discuss the matter that has worried most global institutional investors.
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