NSE Nifty slipped 48.65 points to 10,808.05 in volatile trade, weighed down by negative global cues after the US Federal Reserve increased key policy interest rates.
The rupee weakened for the third session against the US dollar after India's current account deficit widened more than expected in the last quarter. India's wholesale inflation rising to a 14-month high in May also spoiled sentiment.
On the sectoral front, IT index fell by 1.49 per cent followed by PSU banks 1.44 per cent, Infra 0.78 per cent, media 0.70 per cent, metals 0.44 per cent, banks 0.30 per cent, finance services 0.38 per cent and private banks 0.26 per cent. While, pharma index jumped by 1.83 per cent and auto 0.06 per cent.
The Nifty 50 index fell by 48.65 points, or 0.45 per cent, to end at 10,808.05, before hovering in a range of 10,833.70 and 10,773.55. It saw an intra-day movement of about 60.15 pts.
The market breadth, indicating overall health of the market, turned negative. A total of 817 scrips advanced and 955 declined while 90 remained unchanged. Total securities that have hit their price band were 183.
Turnover in the cash segment fell to Rs 26,350.92 crore from Rs 29,082.30 crore as on Wednesday.
A total of 12,004.58 lakh shares changed hands in 95,16,649 trades. The market capitalisation of listed firms on the NSE stood at Rs 1,47,45,723.83 crore.
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