Stock Market: What are the global market signals for the Indian stock market? Know from the opinion of experts the condition of the markets of other countries including America
of Indian stock market For the third consecutive day today, the global market signals are weak and the effect of the decline in the global market including America is also being seen on the sentiments of Indian investors. Nearly 700 points have fallen. On Thursday, the Sensex closed 337 points lower at 59,120, while the Nifty closed 89 points lower at Rs 17,630. According to experts, there will be pressure on investors to book profits in today’s trade as the global market is in a selling mood after two days of decline.
global market situation
|S&P 500 VIX||27.35||28.38||26.71||-0.64||-2.29%|
|euro stokes 50||3,427.14||3,494.38||3,427.06||-64.73||-1.85%|
|DJ New Zealand||304.17||308.49||304.15||-5.48||-1.77%|
Big fall in US market
Investors have stayed away from the US stock market since the Federal Reserve signaled major interest rate hikes and more rate hikes, and it has continued to decline. In the previous trading session also, the NASDAQ, which includes major US stock exchanges, saw a major decline of 1.37 per cent.
European markets remain in losses
Like America, European markets also closed with big losses in the last trading session. Germany’s stock market, one of Europe’s major markets, closed down 1.84 per cent in the previous session, while France’s stock market closed with a fall of 1.87 per cent. The London Stock Exchange had also fallen 1.08 per cent in the previous session.
Asian market in red mark
Most of the Asian stock markets opened on the red mark this morning and are trading below the red mark. The Singapore Stock Exchange is down 0.43 percent this morning, while Japan’s Nikkei is trading with a fall of 0.58 percent. Hong Kong’s stock market also fell 0.51 percent and Taiwan’s market 0.08 percent. South Korea’s Kospi market is also trading with a fall of 1.01 percent.
foreign investors sold
Foreign investors have started withdrawing money from the Indian capital market and the sell-off has continued this week. In the last trading session also, foreign institutional investors took Rs. 2,509.55 crore shares were withdrawn. During the same period, institutional investors also invested Rs. 263.07 crores have been sold.