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Indian Market: Sensex slips 36.22 points
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Indian Market: Sensex slips 36.22 points

| @indiablooms | 08 Jul 2024, 04:41 pm

The Indian equity market witnessed a negative trend for the fourth consecutive session on Monday with BSE Sensex slipping 36.22 points to settle at 79,960.38.

The National Stock Exchange (NSE)dropped by 3.30 points to touch 24,320.55.

The market experienced volatility; finally, it ended in red.

The early trading hours saw Sensex opening in green.

It went up by 26 points to open at 80,022.38.

It surged 71 points to touch 80,067.46, the days high point.

Later, it dropped 265 points to reach 79,731.83, marking a days low point before closing at 79,960.38, declining 36.22 points from its previous close.

The stocks that fell were Consumer Durable by 1.46 pc, BSE Services by 0.69 pc, and Metal by 0.80 pc.

On the other hand, the NSE registered days high and low at 24,344.60 and 24,240.55 points, respectively.

In 30 scrips, 14 advanced while 16 declined.

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