NSE Nifty falls below 10000 mark on Tuesday, market closes lower too

Thursday, 10 Aug, 2017

European stocks were trading lower in their afternoon trade as miners came under pressure. Unwinding of leveraged positions in midcaps and smallcaps also hit market sentiment.

Tensions on the global front escalated after North Korea reportedly said that it was "carefully examining" a plan to strike the US Pacific territory of Guam with missiles.

The 50-share NSE Nifty also dropped by 44.95 points, or 0.45 per cent, to 9,933.60 in early trade on Wednesday (9 August).

Overseas, the Asian market took a breather as disappointing Chinese trade data clouded the otherwise upbeat outlook on global growth.

Responding to SEBI's order, J Kumar Infraprojects, which has a work order size of Rs 9,334.81 crore as on March 31, 2017 clarified that it is not a shell company and the suspicion of the regulator is uncalled for.

Among specific stocks, shares of Mumbai-based developer HDIL declined over 13 per cent taking its losing streak to the fifth session in a row.

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Counterwise, pharma lost (3.94 per cent), followed by auto (1.73 per cent), media (1.09 per cent), infra (1.08 per cent), private bank (1.05 per cent), bank (0.91 per cent), FMCG (0.80 per cent) and realty (0.50 per cent).

The markets continued to plunge post Sebi asked the exchanges to restrict trading in shares of 331 such companies, some of which have investments by several well-known domestic and foreign investors.

The fundamentals of the Indian economy are continuously improving, which gives greater confidence in the medium to long term potential of Indian equities, he believes.

Other gainers were SBI, Adani Ports, ICICI Bank, Coal India, Maruti Suzuki, Bajaj Auto, L&T and Power Grid.

Aurobindo Pharma declined 2.8 percent ahead of its quarterly results due today.

Index laggards included NTPC, Dr Reddy's, M&M, Tata Motors, Bharti Airtel, Lupin, Cipla, Hindustan Unilever, Asian Paints, Axis Bank, Hero MotoCorp, HDFC Ltd, Reliance Industries, ITC, ONGC and Sun Pharma, falling up to 1.64 per cent.