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Global Market broken: Sensex down by 41 thousand..


Mumbai, Feb 18 (HS): The stock market opened with a heavy fall on the second trading day of the week. Sensex broke 254 points to open at the level of 40,817.82. The Nifty opened at a level of 11,967.00 with a weakness of 78 points.

The Indian stock market also saw a downward trend on Tuesday due to signs of softness in the global market. 

American Apple Inc. spoke of the damage caused by the coronavirus, after which global markets are broken. On Tuesday, the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) Sensex opened 13 points down at 41,042.46 and by 9.45 am it declined by 264 points to reach 40,791.61. Similarly, the National Stock Exchange's NSE opened with a loss of 17 points at 12,028.25 and a decline of 82 points at 11,963.25 by 9.45 am.

There is a lot of weaknesses in the market on Tuesday. The Sensex is trading at around 340 points. At the same time, the Nifty is also trading with a weakness of about 100 points. On Tuesday, the rupee started with weakness. The rupee opened 11 paise to 71.40 against the dollar today. At the same time, the rupee had gained 7 paise to close at 71.29 against the dollar on the previous trading day.

About 318 stocks of NSE rose and 442 declined. The leading stocks rising included Zee Entertainment, Coal India, Network 18, DEN Network, Hathway Cable, etc., while the falling stocks included Yes Bank, Hindalco, Vedanta, Tata Motors and IndusInd Bank. On Tuesday, the rupee business is also soft. The rupee started trading 11 paise down at 71.40 against the dollar. The rupee had closed at 71.29 on Monday.

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