The republic India MUMBAI: Sensex in the auto shares went above 150 points, the Nifty went below 11,000 level. The BSE Sensex was up 150 points and the NSE Nifty fell below the 10,900 level in early trading on Monday, due to the fall in domestic institutional investors and global growth and concerns of China-US tariffs, Asian shares fell during auto, banking, power And pharma stocks are falling. Tiff
The 30-share barometer was trading at 191.15 points or 0.52 percent, 36,355.33. Gauge had lost 424.61 points on Friday. The NSE Nifty was trading 48.80 points or 0.54 percent down at 10,894.80.
The sectoral index was trading in the negative area under the leadership of auto, banking, capital goods, consumer durables and healthcare, which fell to 1.55 percent. In Lagards, Hero MotoCorp, M & M, ONGC, Vedanta, Coal India, Yes Bank, L & T, ICICI Bank, Asian Paint, Maruti Suzuki, Bajaj Auto, ITC, RIL, HUL, IndusBank, SBI, Axis Bank, Powergrid and Sun Pharma were in the laggards. 2.98 percent decline
However, Tata Steel, Kotak Bank, Infosys, TCS, HDFC, HDFC Bank and HCL Tech were trading at higher levels due to the scattered buying of the investors. “The US and China are likely to continue with growing concerns over the trade battle between the US and China, as well as to set domestic macroeconomic data such as IIP, CPI and WPI this week,” said Chief Consultant, Sharekhan, Hemang Jani, BNP Paribas. Market too. ” .
In the meantime, Pure Institutional Investors (DII) sold shares of Rs 960.04 crore, while foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) bought shares worth Rs 843.73 crore on Friday, according to the provisional data released by the stock exchanges.
In the Asian region, Hong Kong’s Hang Seng was 0.13 percent and the Shanghai Composite Index, which opened again after a long week, was 0.83 percent higher in its late morning deals. Japan’s financial markets are closed for public holidays. Korea’s Cosplay 0.16 percent and Singapore Straits Times dropped 0.58 percent. US Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 0.25 percent on Friday.