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ETMarkets Evening Podcast: Market falls; what’s your next step?

Hi there! You are listening to ETMarkets Evening Podcast.

This is Abhinav Kaul, with today's trading update and detailed analysis from top-notch market watchers.

It was a see-sawing market throughout the day, which settled with losses, reversing its nine days of gains.

In effect, it also brought to an end the longest winning stretch for the Sensex and the Nifty since September 2014.

The Sensex closed 0.18 per cent down at 34,332. For Nifty, the closing came at 10,526, a loss of 0.21 per cent.

The breather came as fag-end selling pulled the benchmark indices down.

The selling pressure saw 19 Sensex stocks end up as losers while only 11 climbed.

Axis Bank sank the most by 3 per cent, followed by M&M and IndusInd Bank.

Let's listen in to what Hitesh Agrawal of Religare Securities has to say on fundamentals.

Byte 1: Hitesh Agrawal

Mindtree witnessed the biggest spike in open interest at 26.84 per cent, followed by V-Guard Industries at 26.33 per cent and ACC at 24.70 per cent.

Mazhar Mohammad of Chartview India will tell us more on technicals.

Byte 2: Mazhar Mohammad

Consumer durables, banking and oil & gas came under strain.

We have with us Sneha Seth from Angel Broking to talk about technicals and F&O market.

Byte 3: Sneha Seth

Thats all for now folks. Do check out ETMarkets.com for detailed market analysis and come back for our regular market podcast on Thursday morning. Have a wonderful evening ahead.

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ETMarkets Evening Podcast: Market falls; what’s your next step?

Hi there! You are listening to ETMarkets Evening Podcast.

This is Abhinav Kaul, with today's trading update and detailed analysis from top-notch market watchers.

It was a see-sawing market throughout the day, which settled with losses, reversing its nine days of gains.

In effect, it also brought to an end the longest winning stretch for the Sensex and the Nifty since September 2014.

The Sensex closed 0.18 per cent down at 34,332. For Nifty, the closing came at 10,526, a loss of 0.21 per cent.

The breather came as fag-end selling pulled the benchmark indices down.

The selling pressure saw 19 Sensex stocks end up as losers while only 11 climbed.

Axis Bank sank the most by 3 per cent, followed by M&M and IndusInd Bank.

Let's listen in to what Hitesh Agrawal of Religare Securities has to say on fundamentals.

Byte 1: Hitesh Agrawal

Mindtree witnessed the biggest spike in open interest at 26.84 per cent, followed by V-Guard Industries at 26.33 per cent and ACC at 24.70 per cent.

Mazhar Mohammad of Chartview India will tell us more on technicals.

Byte 2: Mazhar Mohammad

Consumer durables, banking and oil & gas came under strain.

We have with us Sneha Seth from Angel Broking to talk about technicals and F&O market.

Byte 3: Sneha Seth

Thats all for now folks. Do check out ETMarkets.com for detailed market analysis and come back for our regular market podcast on Thursday morning. Have a wonderful evening ahead.

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