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(Gujarat News Representative) Mumbai, Ta. 27 January 2020, Monday

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(Gujarat News Representative) Mumbai, Ta. 27 January 2020, Monday 2020.

Millions of people were stranded in China following the warning of Chinese President Xi Jinping that many of the deadly corona viruses in China are suffering from the virus, and now China's conflict with other countries has been affected by the prevalence of global warming. There was a buzz in the markets. China's Corona Virus Today, the market was discounting expectations of the budget against global markets dominating Indian markets. The Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman in the Union Budget to be introduced this week on Saturday, February 1 this week, defined a two-year long term instead of a one-year long term and a one-year definition for LTCG for the elimination of the Long Term Capital Gain Tax (LTCG) on property sales. Dividend Tax Withdrawal and Decrease in Securities Transaction Tax (STT) The market was discounted by factors including the observed potential of the market. The US dollar also strengthened against the rupee today. Banking-finance, metal-mining, FMCG stocks sold power-capital goods, consumer durables, oil-gas stocks closed down the Sensex by 5.2 points, and the Nifty spot closed at 6.1 points. General Chat Chat Lounge International prices of crude oil have also come to a close, with Brent crude surging $ 1 to $ 5 amid global recession. The US dollar was up by 5 paise to Rs.

The Sensex has started hammering funds from the low of 5 to the bottom of the 5, and finally breaks 5 points to end the 5.

The day began with the expected erosion today. With China's Corona virus infestation continuing to spread, China's Sensex in Indian stock markets opened at 5,3.1 against the next close of 5.7, with the erosion of other global markets, including Tata Steel in metal-mining stocks. And FMCG shares being sold at ITC, Nestlé India, Hindustan Unilever as well as banking-finance. Prior to the quarterly results of HDFC Limited in Arrow, the offloading of funds by HDFC Limited, HDFC Bank, IndusInd Bank, State Bank of India, Kotak Mahindra Bank, and Larsen & Toubro, NTPC, PowerGridCyCalla, and GoodScree Corp. , Infosys, Titan's soft Sensex breaks down at one point to 1.2, and finally to 7.5 The points closed, and closed at 1.8.

Nifty spot lost again, down 5: fall to 5, fall 5 points to 5

The NSE's Nifty spot opened at 5,1,4 heading against the next close of 5.4, with 1.5 million on the side-by-side selling metal-mining stocks including Tata Steel, Vedanta, JSW Steel, Hindalco, Coal India and Bank-Finance. The shares were sold off before HDFC Ltd. with the result of offloading including State Bank of India, IndusInd Bank, Kotak Mahindra Bank, Yash Bank and FMs. Shares of IT stocks, including ITC, Hindustan Unilever, Nestlé India, and Titan, Grasim, Bharti Airtel, Tata Motors, Gail, IOC, NTPC, Larsen, were down and fell 5 points to end the 6-month high. General Chat Chat Lounge

Bank Nifty breaks from January Futures 5,4 to 5: Nifty Jan Futures decline from 5,7 to 5

Bank Nifty January Futures closed at 5,7,4 with the opening of 5,3.7 against the 5.6-rupee turnover at Rs. Was. Bank Nifty closed at 5,8.7 with the opening of the 5.6 heading against 5.7 in February contracts of Rs. Was. The Nifty January Futures closed down at 5.7, up from 5.4, against 5.7, at 5,7,7,600 working out of Rs. He was. The Nifty was down at 5,7,3 with the opening of 5,3.7 against the 5.7-rupture in the Futures Futures contract on February 5, while the Nifty fell to 5.7.

Jindal Steel, Vedanta, Sail, Tata Steel, Hindalco Gabbaya bracelet on metal-mining stocks infested with China Corona virus

Metal-mining stocks have been hit amid reports that global trade is likely to be a major hit amid reports that China has been hit by deadly corona virus and reports of the outbreak spreading to other countries. Jindal Steel was down by Rs 1.7, Vedanta fell by Rs 1.7, Rs 1.6, while Sail fell by Rs 1.8, and Tata Steel dropped by Rs 1.8. Hindalco Zinc declined by Rs 1.8, NMDC dropped by Rs 1.8, JSW Steel by Rs 1.8, and Hindustan Zinc by Rs. Coal India was down by Rs.

Continuous erosion in banking-finance stocks: IndusInd Bank, HDFC Bank, State Bank, Kotak Bank, Citizens Bank


Funds continued to be offloaded today in banking-finance stocks. IndusInd Bank down Rs 1.8, HDFC Bank down Rs 1.8, State Bank of India down Rs 1.8, while Kotak Mahindra Bank drops Rs. City Bank reduced to Rs 5.7, Reliance Capital lost Rs 5, Rs 5.2, and Rs.

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