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Share Market: Sensex 1600 and Nifty lost 450 points, Yes Bank shares rose 30 percent

New Delhi: The stock market is open today with a steep decline and early trade is also witnessing a tremendous decline. The Bombay Stock Exchange Sensitive Index Sensex opened 636.42 points today at 36,950.20. By the time the news was written, it went up to a minimum of 36,388.28. At the same time, the National Stock Exchange’s index Nifty opened at 10,742.05 on Monday, down 247.4 points. The Nifty went as low as 10,655.10 at the time of writing the news. At the same time, there is a tremendous jump in the stock of Yes Bank. It saw a jump of up to 30 percent in early trade.

The BSE Sensex was down 3.01 per cent or 1131.39 points in early trade at 36,445.23 on Monday morning and the Nifty was down 2.94 per cent or 322.90 points at 10,666.55. At this time, only 5 stocks of Nifty-50 were seen trading on green mark and 45 companies traded on red mark.

Talking about 50 stocks of Nifty, Yes Bank’s share is seen to be the fastest in early trade. Yes Bank shares are trading at 18.80 with an increase of 16.41 per cent in early trade. After this, BPCL (Bpcl) is the fastest growing at number 2.76 percent. It was seen trending at 418.25. On the other hand, the biggest decline in Nifty-50 is seen in ONGC at 9.27 percent. It was seen trending at 80.30.

Indian Rupee

The Indian rupee opened with a heavy fall on Monday. It opened 25 paise to 74.03 against a dollar. The rupee closed at 73.78 against the dollar on Friday. The rupee has also seen a decline in early trade.

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