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Benchmark indices ended lower on Wednesday tracking weaker Asian markets, weighed down by the consumer, metal and pharma stocks.  Globally, Asian stocks stumbled after weaker crude oil prices took a toll on Wall Street, while the euro kept big gains after enjoying a boost from robust German economic growth. Oil prices fell over 1% on Wednesday, after the International Energy Agency cast doubts over the past few months’ narrative of tightening fuel markets. On the supply side, rising US output also pressured prices. Back home, trade deficit ...

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Sensex ends 181 points lower, Nifty settles below 10,150; metal stocks dive

Nifty Chart for the day Source: NSE

Sensex ends 181 points lower, Nifty settles below 10,150; metal stocks dive

Nifty Metal index tanked Source: NSE

Sensex ends 181 points lower, Nifty settles below 10,150; metal stocks dive

Sectoral Trend Source: NSE

Sensex ends 181 points lower, Nifty settles below 10,150; metal stocks dive

Top Sensex gainers and losers Source: BSE

Sensex ends 181 points lower, Nifty settles below 10,150; metal stocks dive

Broader Markets Broader markets underperformed benchmark indices with BSE Midcap and BSE smallcap down 1% and 1.5% respectively

Sensex ends 181 points lower, Nifty settles below 10,150; metal stocks dive

Markets at Close S&P BSE Sensex ended at 32,760, down 181 points while the broader Nifty50 index settled at 10,118, down 68 points

Sensex ends 181 points lower, Nifty settles below 10,150; metal stocks dive

ADAG stocks dive  Anil Ambani-controlled Reliance Group companies (ADAG) remained under pressure by falling up to 15% on the BSE in intra-day trade.   Reliance Communications (RCom), Reliance Home Finance, Reliance Nippon Life Asset Management, Reliance Capital, Reliance Infrastructure,  Reliance Naval and Engineering and Reliance Power were down in the range of 8% to 15% on the BSE. READ MORE

Sensex ends 181 points lower, Nifty settles below 10,150; metal stocks dive

Oil price fall impact Oil refiners such as Hindustan Petroleum and aviation shares, including IndiGo Airlines’ parent InterGlobe Aviation, jumped on plunging crude oil prices.  

Sensex ends 181 points lower, Nifty settles below 10,150; metal stocks dive

Markets Check at 3pm Index Current Pt. Change % Change   S&P BSE SENSEX 32,749.74 -192.13 -0.58   S&P BSE SENSEX 50 10,541.14 -74.38 -0.70   S&P BSE SENSEX Next 50 34,699.99 -485.19 -1.38   S&P BSE 100 10,555.50 -86.28 -0.81   S&P BSE Bharat 22 Index 3,669.45 -41.85 -1.13

Sensex ends 181 points lower, Nifty settles below 10,150; metal stocks dive

Metals Crack The Nifty Metal index slipped over 3%, tracking lower global commodity prices.Metal stocks like Vedanta and Hindalco Industries fell over 4% each 

Sensex ends 181 points lower, Nifty settles below 10,150; metal stocks dive

All is well under the leadership of Nilekani at Infosys: Narayana Murthy   Infosys co-founder N R Narayana Murthy said stability is restored at the helm of Infosys and “all is well” under the chairmanship of Nandan Nilekani.    Nilekani took charge as the non-executive chairman of India’s second largest IT services after its first non-founder CEO Vishal Sikka quit in August citing “continuous distractions”.    Murthy, who last month raised his concerns saying that “we will no longer know the truth” about the investigations carried out over allegations pertaining to Panaya acquisition, on Wednesday said: “Absolutely all is well.” READ MORE

First Published: Wed, November 15 2017. 15:30 IST
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Benchmark indices ended lower on Wednesday tracking weaker Asian markets, weighed down by the consumer, metal and pharma stocks.  Globally, Asian stocks stumbled after weaker crude oil prices took a toll on Wall Street, while the euro kept big gains after enjoying a boost from robust German economic growth. Oil prices fell over 1% on Wednesday, after the International Energy Agency cast doubts over the past few months’ narrative of tightening fuel markets. On the supply side, rising US output also pressured prices. Back home, trade deficit ...

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