The Sensex has lost more than Rs 17.59 lakh crore of its market capitalisation in May alone. The mcap was Rs 266.98 lakh crore at the close on April 29 and has now collapsed to Rs 249.38 lakh crore
Investors lost Rs 6,58,257.76 crore, as market capitalisation of BSE listed companies fell to Rs 2,49,19,188.05 crore on May 19 from Rs 2,55,77,445.81 crore on May 18.
All the sectoral indices ended in the red with metal, IT indices fell 4-5 percent.
Among sectors, Nifty FMCG and Nifty pharma rose a percent each, while Nifty PSU bank, energy and IT indices fell 0.5-1.5 percent
Among sectors, buying was seen in the FMCG and Pharma, while selling was seen in the bank, capital goods, realty, IT, metal, PSU Bank, and oil & gas indices.
On the BSE, all sectoral indices ended in the green The metal index was up over 7 percent and other sectoral indices rallied between 1-3 percent
All the sectoral indices ended higher with metal index up over 7 percent and all other sectoral indices up between 1-3 percent.
Voltas, HDFC Bank, REC, Lupin, Dixon Technologies and Indus Towers were among the stocks that touched their 52-week low on the BSE
Stock Market LIVE Updates: Among sectors, capital goods, auto, realty, power and PSU bank indices up 1-3 percent. However, some selling is seen in the IT and FMCG names.
For the week, the Sensex declined 2,041.96 points, or 3.72 percent, and the Nifty shed 629.05 points, or 3.83 percent
On the sectoral front bank, metal and power indices ended 1-2 percent lower, while auto, FMCG, pharma indices rose 1-2 percent.
More than 300 stocks, including Wockhardt, Voltas, Sun TV Network, RBL Bank, Nestle India, Jubilant FoodWorks and IFCI, touched their 52-week low on the BSE
All the sectoral indices ended in the red with capital goods, auto, bank, metal, oil & gas, power, FMCG, pharma, realty indices down 1-4 percent.
Over 250 stocks, including Wipro, Torrent Pharmaceuticals, Jindal Saw, Hindustan Zinc, Granules India, Aurobindo Pharma, Ashoka Buildcon, IDFC First Bank, and KEC International, touched their 52-week low on the BSE.
Among sectors, bank and realty indices were up 0.5 percent each, while IT, auto, FMCG, pharma, power and capital goods indices shed 0.5-1 percent.
More than 100 stocks, including SAIL India, Rallies India, Dabur India, Nestle India and Granules India, touched their 52-week low on the BSE
On the sectoral front, metal, power, oil & gas, healthcare, IT and realty indices down 1-5 percent.
Broader indices underperformed the benchmarks, with BSE midcap and smallcap indices shedding nearly 2 percent each
BSE midcap and smallcap indices shed nearly 2 percent each.
More than 100 stocks, including Wipro, Zomato, Welspun India, Vivimed Labs, Spicejet PNB Housing Finance, Glenmark Pharmaceuticals, touched their 52-week low on the BSE.
Among sectors, metal and realty indices fell 3 percent each and IT index down 2 percent, however, power index rose 0.5 percent.
US Fed’s decision to remain less hawkish with a 50 bps rate hike downplayed the investors' worries, helping the global markets to rally. Profit booking in the second half led the markets to pare all gains
Among sectors, power, capital goods and IT indices rose 1-2 percent each. However, realty, FMCG and pharma indices fell 0.5-1.5 percent.
With the US Federal Open Market Committee meeting outcome later on May 4, volatility may remain at elevated levels in the coming sessions too. Investors need to be cautious, using dips to make fresh positions in fundamentally sound stocks.
All the sectoral indices ended in the red with auto, bank, FMCG, power, metal, realty, healthcare, capital goods indices down 1-3 percent. BSE midcap index shed 2.63 percent and the smallcap index fell 2.11 percent.