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Stock Market: Sensex slips 703 points, Nifty closes below 17000, HDFC shares fall 6 percent

Stock Market: There has been a big fall in the stock market during the last trading hours. After the fall of the last few minutes, the Sensex and Nifty indices had reached the low levels of the day. The Sensex had slipped 1000 points during today’s trading. HDFC shares have fallen by more than 6 percent. During the last two weeks, the company’s shares have fallen by about 19 percent.

Sensex slips 703 points
Today, the Sensex closed at the level of 56,463.15, down 703.59 points or 1.23 percent. At the same time, the Nifty index closed at the level of 16,958.65 with a fall of 215.00 points or 1.25 percent.

In which sectors there was a huge decline?
After today’s business, all the sectors have closed in the red mark. Nifty oil and gas sector closed in green today. Apart from this, heavy selling has been seen in all sectors. Consumer durables, healthcare, realty, private banks, PSU banks, pharma, metal, media, IT, FMCG, financial services, auto and Bank Nifty sectors closed in the red.

top gainer shares
In the list of top-30 stocks of Sensex, 4 stocks have closed in the green today. Apart from this, 26 shares have closed in the red mark. Today’s top gainer stock has been Reliance. Reliance’s shares closed at the level of 2638 with a rise of 3.71 percent. Apart from this, the shares of ICICI Bank, SBI and Bajaj Finance have closed sharply.

These 26 stocks fell
Apart from this, if we talk about selling stocks, HDFC has been the top loser. HDFC shares closed with a fall of 5.50 percent. Apart from this HDFC Bank, Infosys, ITC, HCL Tech, HUL, Nestle India, Kotak Bank, LT, Dr Reddy, Maruti, NTPC, Tatine, TCS, IndusInd Bank, Wipro, Power Grid, Asian Paints, Tata Steel, Bharti Airtel, The shares of Ultra Chemical, Sun Pharma, Bajaj Finserv, M&M and Axis Bank closed in the red.

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