With weak signals from the global markets today, the Indian stock market began to decline. At the beginning of the trading, the Sensex fell by 434.74 points, ie 1.25 percent to 34,344.84 and the Nifty closed 136 points, which is 1.30 percent, at 10,317.05.
Small-medium stocks fall
In today's business, smallcap and mid-caps are showing a decline in stocks with giant stocks. BSE's Smallcap Index is down 0.81 percent and the Midcap Index is trading 0.61 percent.
Drop in banking shares
Bank, metal and auto stocks are witnessing a decline. Nifty's auto index has declined 0.47 percent, bank nifty 0.70 percent and metal index 0.90 percent.
There has been a sharp decline in US markets. At the trading session, Dow Jones dropped by 327.2 points, which is 1.25 percent, at 25,379.5, Nasdaq at 157.6 points i.e. 2.1 percent, at the 7,485.1 level, the S & P 500 index dropped 40 percent, i.e. nearly 1.5 percent, at 2,768.8 Is closed Asian markets are witnessing a drastic fall. Japan's market Nikkei 355 points, which fell more than 1.5 percent, fell to 22,303, Hang Seng dropped 338 points (1.3 percent), at 25,117 level, the SGX Nifty was trading 82 points ie 0.8 percent to 10,300.