Wednesday, 17 September 2014

Sensex continues to decline Breaking the 27,000 mark Stock Exchange benchmark Sensex today and continued to decline for the third consecutive day with a loss of nearly 62 points to 26995.87 points, down from 27,000 points came on the. The Sensex down and lowest level in two weeks.  U.S. President Barack Obama has promised that we will kill the terrorists in Syria and Iraq. Both oil-producing countries. The Federal Reserve raised interest rates have raised rate, so the impact of the market decline.

Sun farm, big companies like ONGC and Coal India Sensex heavy selling in stocks recorded losses. The Bombay Stock Exchange 30-share Sensex 27150.78 points of the day on a high. Profit-emerge later and eventually it came down to 26995.87 points from 61.54 points, or 0.23 percent, to close at a loss. Sensex is the lowest level since September 1. Sensex closed at 26867.55 points that day.

The Sensex has lost 324 points in last three sessions. Similarly, the National Stock Exchange index Nifty lost 8.40 points, or 0.10 percent, to close at 8085.70 points. Google is the lowest level since September 2. Nifty closed at 8083.05 points on that day. Nifty 8057.30 and 8127.95 points during the business going under. Brokers said that in America the weak employment figures put before the Asian and European markets has affected the perception. Sun farm's shares dropped 4.3 percent. The company's Halol plant in Gujarat by administering the drug company's shares declined by surprise inspection reports.

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