Big selling in stock market, Sensex fell 1,546 points, investors drowned 9 lakh crores

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Highlights

  • There was a big fall in the Sensex for the fifth consecutive day
  • There was a fall in the shares of the smallest companies
  • Investors have suffered heavy losses due to continuous decline

New Delhi. Monday proved to be Black Monday for the investors in the stock market. The market was rocked by selling by domestic and foreign investors. During trading, the Sensex broke down to 2000 points, then the Nifty had also gone below the psychological level of 17,000. However, there was a slight improvement later, due to which the BSE Sensex lost 1,545.67 points to 57,491.51 and Nifty closed at 17,149.10 with a loss of 468.05 points.

Investors suffered a loss of more than Rs 9 lakh crore in a day due to a big fall in the stock market. In fact, the total capitalization of listed companies on BSE was Rs 2,69,65,801 crore at the close of the market on Friday, which came down to Rs 2,60,52,149 crore at the close of the market on Monday. In this way the investors suffered heavy losses.

Selling from large cap to small cap

No one could escape the tsunami of market downturns. Along with large cap companies, there was also a big sell-off in mid and small caps. If we talk about the sector, then banking sector, IT sector, auto sector, financial services, pharma, FMCG, metals, energy and consumer durables sector were the biggest losers.

4 main reasons for the decline

  1. Possible to increase interest rate in US Fed meeting
  2. 
    यूक्रेन और रूस के बीच लगातार बढ़ता तनाव
  3. 
    बढ़ती वैश्विक महंगाई से विकास की रफ्तार धीमा होने का खतरा 
  4. 
    विदेशी निवेशकों द्वारा लगातार भारतीय बाजार से बिकवाली

Market not crash but in correction mode, further decline is possible

Stock market expert Harsh Rungta told India TV that the statement of the US Fed in which it has talked about increasing the interest rate, its effect is visible on the Indian market including the world. If the Fed raises interest rates, there will be a lack of liquidity in the market. Due to this, the market may fall further. Yes, it is not a crash at all but a correction. In such a situation, investors should stay with the shares of a good company. Invest for a while now.

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