Domestic and global consequences have dragged down the indices

Before markets starting experts say, international indications and domestic statistics may influence the markets this week majorly. On the domestic front, Industrial Index Production (IIP) and Retail Price Index (RPI) Purchase Managers Index (PMI) on 12th Feb and 13th Wholesale Price Index (WPI) statistics going to be released. Investors are majorly settled on financial year last quarter statistics on major stocks. Rupee fluctuations, Crude oil prices, FIIs and DIIs withdrawals may redirect the indices. Internationally Commercial consequences between America and China, Global growth statistics fears, and Britain 4th quarter statistics all these global and domestic reasons may influence this week’s markets

On Monday: Banking, Vehicle, and Pharma shares rioted with sales and gone under pressure on the week start. America and China trade issues arose once again in front of the exchanges. International growth statistics are waved in the opposite direction across the globe. S&P BSE Sensex and Nifty 50 loosed 151 and 55 points respectively.

Nifty 50: Open:36,585.50, High:36,588.41, Low:36,300.48, Close:36,395.03
S&P Sensex: Open: 10,930.90, High:10,930.90, Low:10,857.10, Close:10,888.80

On Tuesday: Indices are blown out with red continuously on 4th trading day, investors stood in safety zone due to Industrial Index Production and Retail inflation statistics will be released today Real Estate, IT, and Banking shares are traded negatively for the day due to pressures. S&P BSE Sensex and Nifty 50 loosed 241 and 57 points respectively.

Nifty 50: Open:36,405.72, High:36,465.40, Low:36,113.91, Close:36,153.62
S&P Sensex: Open: 10,879.70, High:10,910.90, Low:10,823.80, Close:10,831.40

On Wednesday: Indian benchmark indices stood negatively consecutively on 5th day too due to Banking, Vehicle, Metal, Pharma, and IT stock are not able to recover to their regular positions in intra-day. Retail inflation stood with 19 months peak. Impairment in rupee and crude oil price increases influence the indices. S&P BSE Sensex and Nifty 50 gained 120 and 38 points respectively.

Nifty 50: Open:36,279.63, High:36,375.80, Low:35,962.68, Close:36,034.11
S&P Sensex: Open: 10,870.55, High:10,891.65, Low:10,772.10, Close:10,793.65

On Thursday: Markets continued its losses on Thursday because of IT, Metal, Oil, and its related stocks are not recovered. Rupee and Crude oil fluctuations influenced to move the arrow down. S&P Yes bank stocks increased 31% majorly because clean chit given by the RBI as there were no irregularities in the last year allocations. BSE Sensex loosed 158 and Nifty 50 gained 48 points.

Nifty 50: Open:36,065.08, High:36,109.10, Low:35,799.42, Close:35,876.22
S&P Sensex: Open: 10,786.10, High:10,792.70, Low:10,718.75, Close:10,746.05

On Friday: Markets are tumbled on Friday too, because of IT, Pharma, and some of giant stocks also added to the losers list in the respective week. Definitely this is negative for the investors. Mutual funds gross inflows declined to Rs 20,900 crore or 4.6 percent MoM in January, while redemption declined to Rs 15,800 crore (down 9.5 percent MoM). S&P BSE Sensex and Nifty 50 lost 67 and 22 points respectively.

Nifty 50: Open:10,781.75, High:10,781.75, Low:10,620.85, Close:10,724.40
S&P Sensex: Open: 35,985.68, High:36,022.57, Low:35,510.97, Close:35,808.95


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