Sensex tanks 872pts, Nifty gives up 17,500 amid global sell-off; ITC shines

CLOSING BELL: Tata Steel fell over 4 per cent, while Asian Paints, Wipro, L&T, Bajaj twins, Ultratech Cement, Axis Bank, Sun Pharma, Tech M, ICICI Bank, & SBI declined in the range of 2-3.5 per cent

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Sensex tanks 872pts, Nifty gives up 17,500 amid global sell-off; ITC shines


Stock market highlights: 
Investors chose to dump equities on Monday as global macro-economic concerns resurfaced. The S&P BSE Sensex slumped nearly 900 points intra-day before closing at 58,774, down 872 points or 1.46 per cent. All but ITC and Nestle India settled in the negative zone on the 30-pack index.
Tata Steel fell over 4 per cent, while Asian Paints, Wipro, L&T, Bajaj twins, Ultratech Cement, Kotak Bank, Axis Bank, Sun Pharma, Tech M, ICICI Bank, and SBI declined in the range of 2-3.8 per cent.

On the NSE, the Nifty50 settled below the crucial level of 17,500 at 17,491, down 268 points or 1.51 per cent. The broad-based sell-off was led by the Nifty Metal index (down 3 per cent), the Nifty Realty index (2.7 per cent), and the Nifty PSB index (2.2 per cent).

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In the broader markets, the BSE MidCap index skidded nearly 2 per cent, while the BSE SmallCap index ended 1.15 per cent lower.

Global markets
European markets retreated on Monday as fears of more aggressive interest rate hikes from the Federal Reserve and the European Central Bank returned to the fore.

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The pan-European Stoxx 600 slipped 1.2 per cent by mid-morning, with autos falling 2.8 per cent to lead losses as all sectors and major bourses traded in negative territory. 

On Wall Street, Nasdaq Futures led the losses with over 1 per cent cut. Earlier in Asia, Nikkei gave up 0.47 per cent, Kospi 1.2 per cent, and and Hang Seng 0.6 per cent. 
4:06 PM

Expert view: Rising dollar index, higher 10-year bond yield are the near-term headwinds for the market

"The consolidation was triggered in the market in anticipation of tighter monetary policy by the US Fed and worries over a slowdown in global economic activity. The current risk reward is not favouring investors as the Nifty50 is now trading at a premium valuation of 21.5x P/E (1yr fwd basis), above the long-term average. Rising dollar index and higher US10 year bond yield act as the near-term headwinds for the market."
- Vinod Nair, Head of Research at Geojit Financial Services
4:05 PM

Nifty tech view: Fall below 17,400 may trigger further correction

"The Nifty slipped back below the falling trend line, indicating a failed breakout. On the lower end, the price has corrected towards the support zone of 17,500-17,400. Over the near term, a fall below 17,400 may trigger a further correction in the market. On the lower end, support is visible at 17,200/ 17,000. On the other hand, the Nifty may recover towards 17,700 if it doesn't fall below 17,400."
- Rupak De, Senior Technical Analyst at LKP Securities
4:05 PM

ITC hits 47-month high in a weak market, ends 0.6% higher

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4:03 PM

Adani Power gains 5%, hits new high on DB Power deal

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4:01 PM

Bank Nifty view: Immediate resistgance for Nifty at 38,500

"The Bank Nifty index witnessed continuous selling pressure throughout the day with lower high and lower low formation. The immediate upside resistance is placed at 38,500 and a break above this will see a rally toward the 38,800-39,000 zone. The downside support stands at 38,000 and if breached will see further selling pressure toward 37,700 levels."
- Kunal Shah, Senior Technical Analyst at LKP Securities 
3:56 PM

Sectorally, Nifty Metal index slumps 3%; Realty, Banks, Auto indices among others major hits


3:52 PM

Broader indices, mainly Midcaps fall more than the benchmark Nifty 50


3:50 PM

Nifty 50:: Top FIVE gainers and losers on Monday


3:49 PM

Sensex 30 Heatmap:: ITC, Nestle only gainers; Tata Steel, Asian Paints crack the most


3:37 PM

NSE Nifty 50 sheds 268 points, settles at 17,491


3:33 PM

Closing Bell:: S&P BSE Sensex ends 872 points lower at 58,774

3:25 PM

BSE 500:: Volume Shockers

Mahindra Holiday has witnessed unusually high volume of around 10.43 lakh shares so far on the BSE as against its five-day average volume of around 59,150-odd shares. Similarly, CCL Products, PVR, Chemplast Sanmar and Gillette India witnessed a significant spike in volume on Monday. VIEW MORE


3:18 PM

Gold falls for sixth day today, hits over 3-week low on dollar rally

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3:08 PM

BSE 500:: Stocks falling significantly from the highs of the day

Varun Beverages has slipped nearly 8 per cent from its high of the day so far. Similarly, Trent, Aptus Value Housing, Adani Ports and Voltas have lost notable ground from the highs of the day on Monday. VIEW MORE


2:56 PM

LIC Housing Finance hikes prime lending rate by 50 basis point to 8%

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2:46 PM

BSE 500:: Stocks recovering smartly from the lows of the day

Suzlon Energy has surged nearly 13 per cent from its low of the day so far. Similarly, CCL Products, Elgi Equipments, Hitachi Energy and Gujarat Pipavav Port were some of the other significant movers from the lows of the day. VIEW MORE


2:27 PM

Market Check:: Sensex marginally off day's low, still down around 650 points


2:19 PM

Global Check:: US, UK stocks futures down up to 2%


2:10 PM

India on the verge of capex recovery in coming years: Prabhudas Lilladher

In its latest report, Prabhudas Lilladher said there will be a big capex cycle recovery in India in the coming few years as the private sector capex is showing signs of revival. READ MORE


2:03 PM

ALERT :: Natural Gas futures jump over 10%

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First Published: Aug 22 2022 | 8:17 AM IST

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