The stock market fell for the sixth consecutive day

Mumbai, The trend of decline in the stock market and the Indian currency rupee continues. On Friday, the last day of the trading week, the stock market closed with a fall for the sixth consecutive day. On Friday, the Bombay Stock Exchange ie BSE fell by 135.37 points. At the close of trading, the 30-share sensitive index of BSE closed at 51,360.42 points. Earlier in the business, the BSE index had fallen by 574 points to the lowest level of the year. It is believed that the stock market is falling continuously due to the sell-off of institutional foreign investors.

On the other hand, Nifty also continued to decline. On Friday, the Nifty closed at 15,293.50, down 67.10 points, or 0.44 per cent. The stock market of India is also being affected by the situation in the international markets. There is a steady decline in the US, although the European market was bullish on Friday. In Asian markets, Tokyo and Seoul declined, while Hong Kong and Shanghai gained.

Himansh Verma

Himansh Verma is a senior journalist at Youthistaan who is writing for since 2018. Himansh covers latest news and trending topics.
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