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Sensex down over 100 points as market opens Sensex
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Sensex down over 100 points as market opens

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 26 Feb 2024, 10:21 am

The BSE Sensex on Monday slipped 155.10 points to 72,987.70 in the opening session as selling was witnessed in metal, oil and gas, and technology stocks.

The National Stock Exchange (NSE) fell 32.60 points to 22,180.10.

The Sensex registered intraday highs and lows at 73,044.81 and 72,888.07 pts, respectively.

The Nifty registered intraday highs and lows at 22,189.65 and 22,141 pts, respectively.

The Mid Cap rose by 0.14 pc and the Small Cap by 0.35 pc.

In 30 scrips, 11 advanced, while 19 declined.

The losers were Asian Paints by 3.55 pc to Rs 2878.85, Tech Mahindra by 1.62 pc to Rs 1300.55, Titan by 1.40 pc to Rs 3643 and Wipro by 1.14 pc to Rs 529.95.

The gainers were L&T by 1.77 pc to Rs 3449.90, Powergrid by 0.99 pc to Rs 285, Tata Motors by 0.60 pc to Rs 942.75 and SBI by 0.48 pc to Rs 763.05.

(With UNI inputs)

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