Markets still in a nervous mode, Nifty loses more than 1%

by Prateek Mazumder on Market Analysis
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Market Movement today: Indian market started off today with a negative outlook today. Even the global markets were gloom with the DJIA losing -1.29% followed by S&P500(-1.35%), FTSE100(-0.37%). Nifty open at 7865 today and came down to 7777 by 03.15P.M. and finally closed at 7791.00. The highest gaining stocks today were BHEL(+4.29%), TATAPOWER(+3.25%), CAIRN(+2.46%), POWERGRID(+1.98%), BAJAJ-AUTO(+1.92%). The stocks which lost the most today were TECHM(-4.07%), HEROMOTOCO(-3.83%), AMBUJACEM(-3.78%), HDFC(-3.19%), BANKBARODA(-3.09%).

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