The domestic equities indices suffered substantial losses in the first stages of trading. Negative global indicators, persistent recession fears, and anxiety over interest rate rises hurt market attitudes.
The S&P BSE Sensex is now down 602 points at 61,204 levels as of 10:58 IST, the barometer index. While the S&P BSE Mid-Cap has lost 193 points and is currently trading at 25,719 levels. The Small-Cap index also lost 97 points and is currently trading at 29,504.
The Nifty 50 index is now trading at 18,345 levels and has made respectable gains of 76 points. The Bank Nifty also increased by 144 points and is currently trading at a level of 43,364 in the market.
Foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) ended up being net sellers of shares worth Rs. 538.10 crore on December 20. The net purchases of shares worth 687.38 crore were domestic institutional investors (DIIs).
The list of penny stocks that were trapped in the upper circuit on Tuesday is shown below. For the next sessions, pay particular attention to these counters: