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January 27, 2024 / 09:24 AM IST

The Indian fairness market prolonged losses within the truncated week ended January 25 amid combined earnings from India Inc, potential delay within the US Fed price minimize, Center East rigidity, and continued FII promoting.

For the week, the BSE Sensex declined 1 % or 722.98 factors to finish at 70,700.67, whereas Nifty50 completed at 21,352.6, falling 219.2 factors or 1 %.

The BSE Small-cap index shed 0.5 percent. Karnataka Bank, Zee Media Corporation, Tanla Platforms, Bliss GVS Pharma, MPS, MSTC, Angel One, Restaurant Brands Asia, Cyient lost between 10-12 percent, while IFCI, Transformers and Rectifiers India, Salasar Techno Engineering, IFB Industries, Visaka Industries, Borosil Renewables, HLV, ALLSEC Technologies, Steel Exchange India and Dhunseri Ventures added between 20-37 percent.

The BSE Small-cap index shed 0.5 %. Karnataka Financial institution, Zee Media Company, Tanla Platforms, Bliss GVS Pharma, MPS, MSTC, Angel One, Restaurant Manufacturers Asia, Cyient misplaced between 10-12 %, whereas IFCI, Transformers and Rectifiers India, Salasar Techno Engineering, IFB Industries, Visaka Industries, Borosil Renewables, HLV, ALLSEC Applied sciences, Metal Trade India and Dhunseri Ventures added between 20-37 %.

BSE Mid-cap Index erased previous week gains and ended 1.6 percent lower dragged by Zee Entertainment Enterprises, Oberoi Realty, Indraprastha Gas, IDFC First Bank, Balkrishna Industries and Hindustan Petroleum Corporation.

BSE Mid-cap Index erased the earlier week’s beneficial properties and ended 1.6 % decrease dragged by Zee Leisure Enterprises, Oberoi Realty, Indraprastha Gasoline, IDFC First Financial institution, Balkrishna Industries, and Hindustan Petroleum Company.

The BSE Large-cap Index extended the fall in this week with 0.9 percent fall. Losers were Axis Bank, Mankind Pharma, Asian Paints, Adani Energy Solutions, Havells India, Interglobe Aviation and FSN E-Commerce Ventures (Nykaa), while gainers were Bajaj Auto, The Tata Power Company, Zydus Lifesciences, Indus Towers, Cipla and Dr Reddy's Laboratories.

The BSE Giant-cap Index prolonged the autumn this week with a 0.9 % fall. Losers have been Axis Financial institution, Mankind Pharma, Asian Paints, Adani Vitality Options, Havells India, Interglobe Aviation, and FSN E-Commerce Ventures (Nykaa), whereas gainers have been Bajaj Auto, The Tata Energy Firm, Zydus Lifesciences, Indus Towers, Cipla and Dr Reddy’s Laboratories.

In terms of the market value, HDFC Bank lost the most in terms of market value, followed by Axis Bank, Tata Consultancy Services and Asian Paints. On the other hand, Bharti Airtel, Sun Pharmaceutical Industries and Infosys added the most of their market-cap.

When it comes to market worth, HDFC Financial institution misplaced essentially the most by way of market worth, adopted by Axis Financial institution, Tata Consultancy Providers, and Asian Paints. Alternatively, Bharti Airtel, Solar Pharmaceutical Industries, and Infosys added most of their market cap.

On the sectoral front, Nifty Media index shed 10 percent, Nifty Realty index down 4.5 percent, Nifty Bank index fell 2.6 percent and Nifty PSU Bank index down 2 percent. On the other hand, Nifty Pharma index up 1.7 percent.

On the sectoral entrance, Nifty Media index shed 10 %, Nifty Realty index down 4.5 %, Nifty Financial institution index fell 2.6 % and Nifty PSU Financial institution index down 2 %. Alternatively, Nifty Pharma index up 1.7 %.

During the week, Foreign institutional investors (FIIs) sold equities worth of Rs 12,194.38 crore, while Domestic institutional investors (DIIs) has provided some support as they bought equities worth Rs 9,701.96 crore. In the month of January so far, the FIIs sold equities worth Rs 35,778.08 crore and DIIs purchased equities worth Rs 19,976.66 crore.

In the course of the week, International institutional traders (FIIs) offered equities price Rs 12,194.38 crore, whereas Home institutional traders (DIIs) offered some assist as they purchased equities price Rs 9,701.96 crore. In January to date, the FIIs offered equities price Rs 35,778.08 crore, and DIIs bought equities price Rs 19,976.66 crore.

In this week, the Indian rupee ended marginally lower against the US dollar. The domestic currency shed 5 paise to end at 83.11 in the week ended January 25 against the January 19 closing of 83.06.

This week, the Indian rupee ended marginally decrease in opposition to the US greenback. The home forex shed 5 paise to finish at 83.11 within the week ended January 25 in opposition to the January 19 closing of 83.06.