Free Intraday Tips : Sensex Down 150 Points On Weak Rupee, Tata Motors Falls 13%

Rudra Investment expert says Free Intraday Tips The stock market has lost the edge due to weakness in rupee and softening Asian markets. Rupee crossed the 74-level mark for the third time in Tuesday’s trading. Rupee jumped 33 paise to 74.21 against dollar Sensex fell 189.32 points to level at 34,285.06 with a fall in rupee. The Nifty fell 68.7 points to a level of 10,279.35. In the banking, auto, FMCG, IT, pharma and realty stocks, there is pressure on the market from Biwakali. However, metal and financial services are showing steady growth.

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Earlier, the rise in the domestic share market started on Tuesday with signs of rupee appreciation and global market sentiment. The Sensex gained 177 points and opened at 34,652 level. At the same time, the start of the Nifty was at 42, with the increase of 10,390 levels.

 Midcap and smallcaps too

Rudra Investment expert says Free Intraday Tips  Shopping in mid-caps and small caps shares with large caps is also seen. BSE’s mid-cap index has gained 0.11 percent, while the Nifty Midcap 100 Index has gained 0.22 percent. BSE’s small-cap index has gained 0.30 percent.

What stocks fall sharply

During the business, Yas Bank, Coal India, HDFC, Sun Pharma, TCS, HDFC Bank, HUL, Maruti, Infosys, Adani Ports are the major gainers during the business. However, there is a fall in Tata Motors, Bajaj Auto, Kotak Bank, ICICI Bank, M & M, SBI, ITC, ONGC.

American market closed

In Monday’s business, Dao Jones closed at a level of 26,487 with a 40-point gain. Nasdaq dropped 52 points to 7,736 level. The S & P 500 index fell 0.04 percent to close at 2,884 level.

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