Sensex closes 292 points in the red

By SiliconIndia   |   Tuesday, June 30, 2009   |    4 Comments
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Mumbai: A key index of the Indian equities markets ended trade Tuesday 292 points below its last closing figure, losing quite heavily in the last session. The benchmark index of the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE), the Sensex, which opened at 14,830.97 points, closed at 14,493.84 points - 291.90 points or 1.97 percent lower than Monday's close. Similarly, the S&P CNX Nifty of the National Stock Exchange (NSE) ended the day 2.27 percent down at 4,291.10 points. Broader market indices also closed in the red, with the BSE midcap index ending 2.77 percent down, while the BSE smallcap index closed 2.51 percent lower than its previous close.
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1: alway see upword level in mkt soure give good return.
Posted by:abhay - 01 Jul, 2009
2: I think in indian stock market due to this trend, i dont think this will be effect in long term.But we need to careful.
Posted by:manish - 01 Jul, 2009
3: Many companies are announcing their annual reports in June. This might be one of the reasons for this.
Posted by:Priyanka - 30 Jun, 2009
no, due to the great vision of financial institutions before the announcement of budget.
soji Replied to: Priyanka - 30 Jun, 2009
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