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Sensex ends a tad above 34,000, down 407 pts, Nifty falls 1%; banks drag

All That happened in markets today.

SI Reporter  |  New Delhi 

Markets, Stocks, BSE, NSE
Markets, Stocks, BSE, NSE

Top Sectoral gainer: Nifty Metals Top Sectoral loser: Nifty bank  23 stocks from BSE500 gain over 10% during current week in weak market   FDC, SpiceJet, Steel Authority of India (SAIL), Bharat Forge, Ipca Laboratories, Jet Airways and Bajaj Electricals are among 23 stocks from the S&P BSE500 index up over 10% during current week in an otherwise weak market.   Bombay Dyeing & Manufacturing, HEG, Fortis Healthcare, Himachal Futuristic Communications (HFCL), Firstsource Solutions, Jamna Auto Industries, Greenply Industries and Shankara Building Products, too, were up more than 10%. READ MORE Sectoral Trend Sensex losers and gainers Markets at Close   Benchmark indices slumped more than 1% on Friday, in line with Asian peers, as the global rout in equities returned, while lingering concerns over inflation back home weighed on the market.   The S&P BSE Sensex ended at 34,005, down 407 points while the broader Nifty50 index settled at 10,454, down 121 points.

Benchmark indices slumped more than 1% on Friday, in line with Asian peers, as the global rout in equities returned, while lingering concerns over inflation back home weighed on the market.

Asian stocks tumbled to two-month lows after US shares plummeted again in the face of rapidly rising bond yields.

Global cues have weighed on Indian stock with major indexes on track for a second straight weekly fall after embarking on a record-hitting spree in January.

US remained the epicentre of the global sell-off, with the Dow plunging 4.1% and the S&P 500 sinking 3.7% overnight.

Higher yields are seen hurting equities as they increase borrowing costs for companies and reduce their risk appetite. They also present a fresh alternative to investors, who may choose to allocate some of their money from equities to bonds.

First Published: Fri, February 09 2018. 15:31 IST
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Sensex ends a tad above 34,000, down 407 pts, Nifty falls 1%; banks drag

All That happened in markets today.

All That happened in markets today.
Benchmark indices slumped more than 1% on Friday, in line with Asian peers, as the global rout in equities returned, while lingering concerns over inflation back home weighed on the market.

Asian stocks tumbled to two-month lows after US shares plummeted again in the face of rapidly rising bond yields.

Global cues have weighed on Indian stock with major indexes on track for a second straight weekly fall after embarking on a record-hitting spree in January.

US remained the epicentre of the global sell-off, with the Dow plunging 4.1% and the S&P 500 sinking 3.7% overnight.

Higher yields are seen hurting equities as they increase borrowing costs for companies and reduce their risk appetite. They also present a fresh alternative to investors, who may choose to allocate some of their money from equities to bonds.
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Sensex ends a tad above 34,000, down 407 pts, Nifty falls 1%; banks drag

All That happened in markets today.

Benchmark indices slumped more than 1% on Friday, in line with Asian peers, as the global rout in equities returned, while lingering concerns over inflation back home weighed on the market.

Asian stocks tumbled to two-month lows after US shares plummeted again in the face of rapidly rising bond yields.

Global cues have weighed on Indian stock with major indexes on track for a second straight weekly fall after embarking on a record-hitting spree in January.

US remained the epicentre of the global sell-off, with the Dow plunging 4.1% and the S&P 500 sinking 3.7% overnight.

Higher yields are seen hurting equities as they increase borrowing costs for companies and reduce their risk appetite. They also present a fresh alternative to investors, who may choose to allocate some of their money from equities to bonds.

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