Indian benchmark indices resulted in pink for the fifth consecutive session on Thursday (February 27) with the BSE Sensex shedding 143.30 factors to finish at 39745.66, whereas Nifty plunged 45.20 factors to shut at 11633.30.
About 842 shares have superior, 1549 shares declined, and 157 shares are unchanged. Wipro, JSW Metal, Zee Leisure, ONGC and IOC had been the most important losers of the day, whereas Solar Pharma, Britannia, Titan Firm, Grasim Industries and Axis Financial institution had been the worst losers.
Besides pharma, all different indices confronted losses. Nifty PSU Financial institution index went down 2.5 %, adopted by the IT, vitality, metallic, infra and auto. BSE Midcap index fell 0.6 %, whereas BSE Smallcap index shed almost 1 %.
On Thursday, the Indian fairness indices witnessed a adverse begin with the BSE Sensex down 134.41 factors or 0.34% at 39754.55, whereas the broader Nifty down 39.50 factors or 0.34% at 11,639. Main gainers on the Indices included SBI, Dr Reddy’s Lab, HUL, Nestle, Hero MotoCorp, Eicher Motors, and Titan, whereas the highest losers had been Cipla, HCL Applied sciences, Infosys and TCS.
On Wednesday, fairness indices closed deep into the pink as the results of coronavirus outbreak reverberated past China. The BSE S&P Sensex closed 392 factors or 0.97 per cent decrease at 39,889 whereas the Nifty 50 was down by 119 factors to 11,679. All sectoral indices on the Nationwide Inventory Trade had been within the adverse zone with Nifty auto skidding by 2.15 per cent, realty by 1.67 per cent, metallic by 1.63 per cent, pharma by 1.25 per cent.