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Stock Market Closing: Sensex closed at 58,964, down 482 points, Nifty also fell by more than 100 points

Stock Market Closing 11th April: Today trading has stopped with the fall in the stock market. After being in the range of volatility throughout the day, the stock market has closed in the red mark itself. The market has fallen today due to trading in the red mark of Bank Nifty and IT index. On the first trading day of the week, there was a red mark in the stock market today.

how the market closed
NSE’s Nifty today closed at 17,674.95 with a fall of 109.40 points or 0.62 percent. On the other hand, the BSE Sensex closed at 58,964.57, down 482.61 points, or 0.81 percent.

Which sectoral index declined
Today the quarterly results of TCS are going to come and earlier today the decline in IT pack was more. A major decline of 1.41 percent has been registered in the IT sector. Today, there was a decline of 0.56 percent in Financial Services and trading closed with a weakness of 0.53 percent in Bank Nifty. FMCG and auto stocks have also closed trading with a fall.

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Which stocks were the top losers?
HCL Tech closed with a decline of 2.72 percent, while L&D closed with a weakness of 2.66 percent. Infosys declined 2.63 per cent and Wipro 2.15 per cent. Apart from this, a decline of 1.53 percent has been seen in SBI Life.

Which stocks were up
Talking about today’s climbing stocks, Grasim has gained 3.06 percent and Adani Ports has been up 1.97 percent. JW Steel has seen a rise of 1.42 percent. Cipla has a strength of 1.40 per cent and UPL closed up 1.38 per cent.

how was the market open this morning
This morning the market started with a fall and the Sensex opened at the level of 59,333. On the other hand, NSE’s Nifty was down 44 points at 17,740.



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