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Sensex, Nifty Clock Worst Week In Nearly Four Months

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Closing Bell: Sensex, Nifty Halts Two-Week Rally

Indian equity benchmarks clocked their worst weekly decline since Oct. 28, 2018, halting their two-week rally.

The S&P BSE Sensex index closed 0.19 percent lower today at 35,808.95 and the NSE Nifty 50 Index ended at 10,724.40, down 0.2 percent.

The market breadth was tilted in favour of sellers. About 1,093 stocks declined and 634 shares advanced on National Stock Exchange. All the sectoral gauges compiled by NSE fell, led by the NSE Nifty Pharma Index’s 3.1 percent decline.

Sensex, Nifty Clock Worst Week In Nearly Four Months

Radico Khaitan Set For Longest Losing Streak In Over A Year

Shares of Radico Khaitan fell for the seventh day and are poised for their longest losing streak since Feb. 02, 2018. The stock fell as much as 2.2 percent to Rs 396.80 in today’s trade.

Sensex, Nifty Clock Worst Week In Nearly Four Months

Stocks Moving On Heavy Volumes

Bharat Dynamics

  • Stock rose as much as 17.1 percent to Rs 263.80.
  • Trading volume was more than 30-times its 20-day average.

Glenmark Pharma

  • Stock fell as much as 9.1 percent to Rs 554.
  • Trading volume was more than nine times its 20-day average.

Dilip Buildcon

  • Stock rose as much as 13.1 percent to Rs 464.60.
  • Trading volume was almost six times its 20-day average.

Redington India

  • Stock rose as much as 10.3 percent to Rs 82.20.
  • Trading volume was triple its 20-day average.

Ashok Leyland

  • Stock fell as much as 7.6 percent to Rs 78.
  • Trading volume was more than double its 20-day average.

European Equities Trade Mixed As Trade Talks Wind Up

European equities traded mixed as trade talks between China and the U.S. make little progress as the deadline for tariffs approaches.

Sensex, Nifty Clock Worst Week In Nearly Four Months

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