Nifty, Sensex End At Fresh Three-Year Low; IndusInd Falls Most On Record
BloombergQuint Market Wrap
Stocks That Dragged The Nifty Lower
Selling Pressure Continues In Private Financials
Closing Bell: No Respite From Selloff
Indian equity markets posted their third straight day of losses on Wednesday, mirroring weak global cues.
The S&P BSE Sensex fell 4.72 percent to end at 29,133, the lowest level since March 2017. 28 out of the 30 constituents ended with losses.
The NSE Nifty 50 index fell 500 points or 5.56 percent to end at 8,468. This was the lowest closing level for the index since January 23, 2017. 44 out of the 50 Nifty stocks ended with declines.
Barring the media index, all other sectoral indices ended with losses.
Market breadth remained adverse with 1,350 stocks declining and 227 stocks ending with gains.
Large Trade Alert: ONGC
1.44 crore shares of the upstream oil explorer exchanged hands in nine large trades, as per Bloomberg data. Buyers and sellers in the deal were not known immediately.
The stock jumped as much as 44.67 percent - the most on record to Rs 86.80 on the National Stock Exchange.