Share/Inventory Market Highlights: The benchmark fairness indices on the BSE and Nationwide Inventory Trade (NSE) ended decrease for the fourth consecutive session on Monday amid volatility as a result of ongoing state of affairs between Ukraine-Russia.
The S&P BSE Sensex fell 149.38 factors (0.26 per cent) to settle at 57,683.59 whereas the Nifty 50 slipped 69.65 factors (0.40 per cent) to finish at 17,206.65. Each the indices had opened round 0.5 per cent decrease earlier within the day and slipped almost 1.2 per cent with the Sensex touching a low of 57,167.02 and the broader Nifty hitting 17,070.70. Nevertheless, they bounced again into the constructive territory within the early afternoon offers and traded with some positive factors earlier than slipping into the pink once more within the final hour of the session.
On the BSE benchmark, Solar Pharmaceutical Industries was the highest loser of the day slipping almost 2.5 per cent adopted by Tata Consultancy Companies (TCS), ITC, Tech Mahindra, Ultratech Cement and Titan Firm. Alternatively, Wipro, Infosys, Energy Grid Company of India, ICICI Financial institution, HDFC Financial institution and Maruti Suzuki India have been the highest gainers.
(with inputs from companies)