The S&P BSE Sensex plunged more than 7 percent from its all-time high of 36,443 recorded in the month of January but the pain in the market may not be over yet at least for the financial year ending 2018, a Moneycontrol poll of 15 analysts and money ...
Indian equities fell in early trade, as selling pressure that emanated from the U.S. spread to Asian markets. A sharply weakening rupee and rising crude prices made oil and gas, and energy stocks some of the worst performers.
The S&P BSE Sensex lost over 2,000 points, which includes Tuesday's intraday fall of over 1000 points, but there were many stocks which braved the fall and rose up to 13 percent as of Monday's closing.
Market close: The S&P BSE Sensex ended the session down by nearly 250 points due to profit-booking in recent outperformers such as HDFC Bank Ltd, while caution prevailed ahead of the federal budget, due on Thursday.