Indian Stock Market Closes Lower: Nifty Dips Below 19,000, Sensex Falls 284 Points


November 1, 2023

New Delhi, India

Indian Stock Market closes

The stock market indices faced a decline for the second consecutive day, closing with Nifty below 19,000 and Sensex dropping 284 points. This downturn reflects various sectoral trends and global market influences.

Market Performance: Nifty and Sensex

The Nifty 50 index closed at 18,989, down by 90.45 points (0.47%), while the Sensex settled at 63,591.33, experiencing a fall of 283.60 points (0.44%). Notably, the Nifty Bank dropped by 145 points (0.34%) to 42,700.00.

Sectoral Trends:

Pharma and realty sectors exhibited gains, with Sun Pharma emerging as the top gainer, rising by 2.61%. Conversely, Adani Enterprises faced a notable decline of 3.43%. The Nifty PSU Bank saw a rise of 0.43%, whereas the Nifty Metal sector experienced a downturn of 1.56%.

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Top Performers and Laggards:

Among the top performers were Sun Pharma, BPCL, HDFC Life, Tata Consumer Products, and Reliance Industries. Meanwhile, Adani Enterprises, Coal India, Adani Ports, SBI Life Insurance, and Asian Paints stood as the top losers.

Sectoral Analysis:

Except for healthcare, oil & gas, and realty sectors, other indices witnessed a downtrend, particularly auto, capital goods, metal, information technology, and power, each experiencing a decrease ranging from 0.5% to 1.5%.

Global and Economic Influences:

The market downturn was influenced by weakness in banking, financial, and metal stocks, exacerbated by ongoing foreign fund outflows. Uncertainty surrounding the US Federal Reserve’s interest rate decision also played a role in investor caution.

Future Market Outlook:

Analysts highlighted the impact of rising US bond yields on global equity markets, particularly in emerging economies. Sustained selling by Foreign Institutional Investors (FIIs) is anticipated to continue affecting market performance.


The BSE midcap index witnessed a 0.4% decline, while the small-cap index closed flat. As global factors continue to influence market behavior, investors are observing movements closely, especially amid ongoing developments and global market shifts.

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