Stock market today: As the stock market opened, there was a sharp dive, Sensex fell by 422 points, Nifty slipped from 19560.

The share market took a dive in its pre-opening session this morning.- India TV Paisa
Image: File This morning, the stock market plunged in its pre-opening session.

Weak global indicators and the ongoing conflict between Israel and Hamas are having an impact on the country’s stock market. The stock market opened with big losses for the second day in a row on Thursday. The Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) Sensex fell as much as 422 points as the market opened and was seen trading at 65,454 at 9.15 am. Apart from this, the benchmark Nifty of the National Stock Exchange (NSE) also fell sharply. It was seen trading at 19,559, down 111 points at the market open. Let us tell you that on Wednesday also the stock market closed in the red with losses.

Stock condition when the market opens

Wipro, Hindalco Industries, Tata Steel, Bajaj Finance and Power Grid Corporation were among the Nifty losers at the market open, while Bajaj Auto, LTI Mindtree, IndusInd Bank, HCL Technologies and Davis Labs were among the gainers. were included.

The market fell in the pre-opening.

This morning, the stock market plunged in its pre-opening session. In the pre-opening ie at 9 am, the BSE Sensex was down 130 points and was trading at 65,747. The NSE index Nifty was also seen trading down 172 points at 19,499. In the previous session, on Wednesday, the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) Sensex closed at 65,877.07 after falling 551 points. Similarly, the benchmark Nifty (NIFTY) of the National Stock Exchange (NSE) also closed at 19671.10, below the 19700 level with a steep fall of 140.4 points.

These companies are on today’s F&O ban list.

According to Money Control, there is a softening trend in the international market. Asian markets weakened by more than 1 percent. NSE has retained Balrampur Sugar Mills, Delta Corporation, GNFC, Hindustan Copper, Indiabulls Housing Finance, India Cements, Manapuram Finance, MCX India and SAIL on its F&O ban list for October 19. Yes, BHEL has been removed from this list.

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