The Indian Stock Exchange Closed With Declines

Indian indices close to the downside; the Nifty 50 drops by 0.25%. The Indian Stock Exchange closed with declines this Friday; The reversals of the S & P BSE Realty, S & P BSE Capital Goods, and S & P BSE Auto sectors drove the indexes lower.

At the close of NSE, the Nifty 50 lost 0.25%, while the BSE Sensex 30 was down 0.27%.

The best value of the session in the Nifty 50 was ITC Ltd (NS: ITC), with an increase of 1.76%, 5.10 points, to stand at 295.35 at the close. Following are UPL Ltd (NS: UPLL), which advanced 1.10%, 8.50 points, to close at 783.45, and Indian Oil Corporation Ltd (NS: IOC), which rose 0.89%, 1 , 15 points, until firing the session at 131.20.

The worst performers of the session were IndusInd Bank Ltd. (NS: INBK), which fell 3.45% or 54.05 points to trade at 1.515.15. Tata Motors Ltd (NS: TAMO), on the other hand, cut 3.20%, 5.95 points, and closed at 180.30, while Bharti Infratel Ltd (NS: BHRI) lost 2.96%, 8 , 45 points, until finishing at 277.20.

At the top of the BSE Sensex 30 we see ITC Ltd (BO: ITC), which rose 2.02% to 295.40; Oil And Natural Gas Corporation Ltd (BO: ONGC), with a rise of 0.80%, thus closing at 144.70, and Vedanta Ltd (BO: VDAN), which scored 0.74%, to finish at 196 , 55

The red lantern of the index was IndusInd Bank Ltd. (BO: INBK), which fell 3.26% to 1,515.40 at the end of the session. They accompanied him in the lower part of the Tata Motors Ltd table (BO: TAMO), with a decrease of 2.83%, which was dismissed at 180.30, as well as Tata Consultancy Services Ltd. (BO: TCS), which He subtracted 2.45% to say goodbye at 1.841.95 at the end of the session.

Falling stocks outnumbered advancing ones on the India Stock Exchange by 898 to 657 and 70 ended unchanged. On the Bombay Stock Exchange, 1362 fell and 1158 advanced, while 168 ended unchanged.

The India VIX, which measures the volatility of the Nifty 50 options, rose 0.05% to 15.3525.

Gold futures for February delivery rose 0.47%, 6.05, to $ 1,293.45 a troy ounce. As for the other raw materials, crude oil futures for February delivery rose 0.82%, 0.43, to stay at $ 53.02 a barrel, while brent oil futures for March delivery rose a 0.63%, 0.39, up to $ 62.07 a barrel.

The USD / INR rose 0.09%, to stand at 70,535, while the EUR / INR, for its part, advanced 0.43% to 81.3025.

The dollar index fell 0.21% to 94,920.

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