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Sensex falls 68 points in choppy trade


In highly volatile trade, the S&P Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) benchmark sensex ended lower for the second day Wednesday, losing over 68 points on sustained selling by investors who fear RBI might take more tightening measures to support falling rupee.

Volatile sensex falls for seventh day, down 29 points


After gaining over 223 points at the outset, the S&P BSE benchmark sensex Thursday fell back to end 29 points down, extending its losing run to the seventh day, as jittery investors offloaded their positions in realty, PSU, oil and gas and metal shares, amid subdued manufacturing trend.

Sensex falls 211 points as RBI steps hurt banks


Banking shares Wednesday dragged down the stock markets for first time in six days with the benchmark S&P Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) sensex sliding 211.45 points to 20,090.68 after the RBI took additional steps to tighten liquidity in a bid to curb exchange rate volatility.

Sensex skids on hectic selling

Jan. 5: The Sensex and Nifty skid on the bank and commodity stocks that were in trouble and saw heavy selling. The bank index on the Bombay Stock Exchange was down 287 points or 2.19 per cent. Every f

Sensex dips on panic selling

Dec. 9: The Sensex tanked over 500 points intra-day as there was panic selling when brokers asked for margin calls, and many offloaded stocks when clients could not pay up. The markets had been weak e

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