Benchmark Sensex plunged over 232 points to end at 34,616.13, while the broader NSE Nifty lost almost 80 points to close at 10,516.70.
Benchmark Sensex plunged over 232 points to end at 34,616.13 today, extending its fall to the fifth straight session over political and macroeconomic concerns.
The benchmark Sensex slumped 300 points to end at 34,848.30 today on across-the-board selling amid political uncertainty in Karnataka and negative global cues.
Benchmarks stayed on the back foot for the second straight session today as post-poll uncertainty in Karnataka and flaring up of tensions on the Korean peninsula sapped investor optimism.
The BSE Sensex logged a fall of 156 points to end at 35,387.88 today amid uncertainty over government formation in Karnataka and no let-up in selling by foreign investors.
Equity benchmark indices Sensex and Nifty surrendered all their gains to end in the red as investors resorted to fag-end selling after the BJP fell short of a clear majority in Karnataka elections.
After soaring over 436 points in early trade, stock markets entered the negative terrain towards the fag-end amid poll trends indicating that the BJP might fall short of simple majority in Karnataka.
The key Indian equity indices erased all their early gains and were trading in the red zone on Tuesday.
Higher inflation data and caution ahead of Karnataka election results kept the key Indian equity markets subdued on Monday afternoon.
The benchmark Sensex ended the week with strong gains, rallying 620.41 points close at 35,535.79, while the broader Nifty ended at 10,806.50, garnering 188.25 points.
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