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Stock market crash in numbers: BJP still in the lead as India fights back, with Rs 14 lakh crore gone

As early trends in election results suggested the PM Modi-led NDA was not approaching the 400 seat threshold as anticipated in the Exit Polls 2024, the Sensex fell 2,700 points to 73,844 in early trade today. In the early trade on Tuesday, Nifty also fell 769 points to 22494.

Here is a numerical look of today’s market correction:

Traders suffer a Rs 14 lakh crore loss

Compared to the valuation of Rs 425.91 lakh crore recorded in the previous session, investor wealth decreased by Rs 14.27 lakh crore to Rs 411.64 lakh crore. The Sensex portfolio as a whole was trading lower. The top losers on the Sensex were L&T, PowerGrid, SBI, Reliance, NTPC, and HDFC Bank, with early trade losses reaching 4.86%.

48 equities on the BSE plummeted in 52 weeks

Today, 52-week highs were reached by up to 63 stocks. But in Tuesday’s early trading on the BSE, just 48 equities reached their 52-week lows.

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Seven hundred and three of the 2889 stocks were in positive territory. There were about 2065 stocks that were down and 121 stocks that were flat.

Top losers in capital goods, banking, and auto shares

On the BSE today, all 19 sectoral indices were trading lower. Auto shares, capital goods, and banks topped today’s Dalal Street losses. The auto, bankex, and capital goods indices of the BSE dropped 3,257 points, 1874 points, and 1297 points, respectively.

Higher and Lower Circuits

57 stocks or so reach their highest circuits. However, as the stock market surged in the early morning session, 102 shares hit their lower circuit restrictions.

Smallcap and midcap Indicies fall

The BSE midcap index dropped 1383 points to 42,984, indicating a gloomy outlook for the market as a whole. The small cap stocks index on the BSE fell 1485 points to 46,746.

FII-DII information

According to preliminary NSE data, foreign institutional buyers purchased shares worth Rs 6850.76 crore on a net basis on Monday, while domestic buyers purchased shares for Rs 1913.98 crore.

Previous meeting

Nifty finished 733 points higher at 23,263, while the Sensex closed 2,507 points higher at 76,468. In comparison to the value of Rs 412.12 lakh crore recorded in the previous session on May 31, investor wealth increased by Rs 13.79 lakh crore to Rs 425.91 lakh crore.

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