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Sensex dips below 28K-level, down 265 pts in early trade

Press Trust of India  |  Mumbai 

benchmark plunged over 265 points to crack below the 28,000-mark in early trade today as investors indulged in trimming their bets after the minutes of the US Federal Reserve's September meeting indicated a possible rate hike this year.

Besides, the trading sentiment was influenced by a weak trend in Asian markets after China's unexpectedly declined.



Also, the broader slumped below the 8,700-mark.

The 30-share barometer plunged by 265.21 points or 0.94 per cent to 27,817.13.

The index had risen by 21.20 points in the previous session on Monday. Stock Exchanges remained closed on Tuesday and Wednesday on account of "Dussehra" and "Moharum", respectively.

Industrial output remained in the negative for the second month in a row, contracting by 0.7 per cent in August due to slump in manufacturing, mining and capital goods segments.

Sectoral indices led by realty, baking, auto and metal were trading in the negative zone, falling by up to 1 per cent.

Also, the was trading 82.20 points or 0.94 per cent lower at 8,626.60.

Brokers said apart from weak Asian cues after China's unexpectedly declined, investors also weighed minutes of the Federal Reserve's last meeting that show the US central bank may go for a rate hike this year.

Among Asian markets, Japan's Nikkei fell 0.39 per cent, While Hong Kong's Hang Seng down 1.33 per cent in early trade today.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average ended 0.09 per cent higher in yesterday's trade.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Sensex dips below 28K-level, down 265 pts in early trade

BSE benchmark Sensex plunged over 265 points to crack below the 28,000-mark in early trade today as investors indulged in trimming their bets after the minutes of the US Federal Reserve's September meeting indicated a possible rate hike this year. Besides, the trading sentiment was influenced by a weak trend in Asian markets after China's exports unexpectedly declined. Also, the broader NSE Nifty slumped below the 8,700-mark. The 30-share barometer plunged by 265.21 points or 0.94 per cent to 27,817.13. The index had risen by 21.20 points in the previous session on Monday. Stock Exchanges remained closed on Tuesday and Wednesday on account of "Dussehra" and "Moharum", respectively. Industrial output remained in the negative for the second month in a row, contracting by 0.7 per cent in August due to slump in manufacturing, mining and capital goods segments. Sectoral indices led by realty, baking, auto and metal were trading in the negative zone, falling by up to 1 per ... benchmark plunged over 265 points to crack below the 28,000-mark in early trade today as investors indulged in trimming their bets after the minutes of the US Federal Reserve's September meeting indicated a possible rate hike this year.

Besides, the trading sentiment was influenced by a weak trend in Asian markets after China's unexpectedly declined.

Also, the broader slumped below the 8,700-mark.

The 30-share barometer plunged by 265.21 points or 0.94 per cent to 27,817.13.

The index had risen by 21.20 points in the previous session on Monday. Stock Exchanges remained closed on Tuesday and Wednesday on account of "Dussehra" and "Moharum", respectively.

Industrial output remained in the negative for the second month in a row, contracting by 0.7 per cent in August due to slump in manufacturing, mining and capital goods segments.

Sectoral indices led by realty, baking, auto and metal were trading in the negative zone, falling by up to 1 per cent.

Also, the was trading 82.20 points or 0.94 per cent lower at 8,626.60.

Brokers said apart from weak Asian cues after China's unexpectedly declined, investors also weighed minutes of the Federal Reserve's last meeting that show the US central bank may go for a rate hike this year.

Among Asian markets, Japan's Nikkei fell 0.39 per cent, While Hong Kong's Hang Seng down 1.33 per cent in early trade today.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average ended 0.09 per cent higher in yesterday's trade.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Sensex dips below 28K-level, down 265 pts in early trade

benchmark plunged over 265 points to crack below the 28,000-mark in early trade today as investors indulged in trimming their bets after the minutes of the US Federal Reserve's September meeting indicated a possible rate hike this year.

Besides, the trading sentiment was influenced by a weak trend in Asian markets after China's unexpectedly declined.

Also, the broader slumped below the 8,700-mark.

The 30-share barometer plunged by 265.21 points or 0.94 per cent to 27,817.13.

The index had risen by 21.20 points in the previous session on Monday. Stock Exchanges remained closed on Tuesday and Wednesday on account of "Dussehra" and "Moharum", respectively.

Industrial output remained in the negative for the second month in a row, contracting by 0.7 per cent in August due to slump in manufacturing, mining and capital goods segments.

Sectoral indices led by realty, baking, auto and metal were trading in the negative zone, falling by up to 1 per cent.

Also, the was trading 82.20 points or 0.94 per cent lower at 8,626.60.

Brokers said apart from weak Asian cues after China's unexpectedly declined, investors also weighed minutes of the Federal Reserve's last meeting that show the US central bank may go for a rate hike this year.

Among Asian markets, Japan's Nikkei fell 0.39 per cent, While Hong Kong's Hang Seng down 1.33 per cent in early trade today.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average ended 0.09 per cent higher in yesterday's trade.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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