stock market | Big fall in the stock market.. crores of rupees of investors immersed in water.. how many crores were killed.. | stock market today news sensex nifty BSE nse share price 16 september 2022

stock market | Today, the last day of the week, the dust of the stock market blew. Investors suffered heavy losses.

stock market |  Big fall in the stock market.. Billions of rupees of investors in water.. How many crores hit..

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stock market | Investors in the stock market in the last trading session ((investor) There was a big loss. Today is the end of the week in the stock market (Share Market) Suddenly the bomb dropped. Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) and National Stock Exchange (NSE) The rest of the stones were also filled. Investors went bankrupt.

In today’s trading session, the decline started from morning itself. All the indices were trading at risk level. On the last day 3 lakh crore investors drowned in the market.

The 30-share index closed 604.68 points (1.01 per cent) down at 59,329.33 at 11:17 am. Meanwhile, the NSE Nifty was trading at 17,696.45, down 180.95 points (1.01 per cent).

The period of decline is starting in all the stock markets of the world. Foreign investors have started selling. Its effect was seen on the Indian market. The dust of the market has blown away.

Investors’ sentiments about the global slowdown still remain intact. As a result, foreign investors have stepped in. by foreign institutional investors (FII) Shares worth Rs 1,270.68 crore were sold on Thursday.

IndusInd Bank, Cipla and Sun Pharma rose on the Nifty. These stocks have given great relief to the investors. These stocks gave a helping hand to the investors as the market remained volatile throughout the day.

UPL, Tata Consumer, Hero MotoCorp, Mahindra & Mahindra, UltraTech Cement These stocks fell the most in the market. There was a blast in them on the last day, losing crores to the investors.

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Investors in auto, steel, public sector banks, metal, construction sector lost more than 2 per cent. So FMCG The sector recorded a decline of 1 per cent.

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