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Sensex down 407 points, Nifty down 107 points;

MUMBAI: 
In the domestic stock market, heavy fall was reported on Friday due to selling pressure. The BSE Sensex, which had lost 407.14 points, or 1.03 percent, closed at 39,194.49, and the NSE's main sensitive index Nifty also closed 107.65 points down at 11,724.10. Trade trends were weak due to trade-corrosion and geopolitical reasons, due to the heavy selling pressure of the sellers, major sensing indices dived. The rise in crude oil prices in the international market and weakness in the domestic currency also influenced the market.

Sensex down 407 points, Nifty down 107 points;
The Sensitive Index Sensex, based on 30 shares of the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE), rose at 9.00 in the morning and opened at 39,608.25 and jumped to 39,617.95. However, after the pressure of the sell-off, the Sensex dropped to 39,121.30 during the business turnover. The Sensex closed at 39,601.63 with tremendous pace in the previous session.
The Sensex, based on the 50-share of National Stock Exchange (NSE), closed at 11,827.60 with Nifty weakness and rose to 11,827.95, but after this fall came and the index dropped to 11705.10. At the end of the trading, Nifty closed 107.65 points, or 0.91 per cent, against the previous session, closing at 11,724.10. The Nifty closed at 11,831.75 in the previous session with speed.
The BSE mid-cap index closed 55.51 points, or 0.38 per cent, at the close of 14,624.59, but the smallcap index closed up by 19.38 points, or 0.14 per cent, to close at 14,084.24.
25 stocks in the Sensex fell, while four were up in the bull run. At the same time, the stock of NTPC closed flat Yas Bank (4.36 per cent), Maruti (3.39 per cent), HDFC (2.63 per cent), Coal India (2.27 per cent) and HeroMotorcorp (2.17 per cent) were among the top five Sensex losers. On the other hand, Sensex (1.28 per cent), IndusInd Bank (0.92 per cent), VEDL (0.23 per cent) and Axis Bank (0.06 per cent) were among the fast moving Sensex stocks.
17 of the 19 sector BSE stocks declined, while the two indices closed with a gain. Among the worst-performing sectors, BSE (1.32 per cent), Energy (1.13 per cent), Telecom (1.08 per cent), FMCG (0.91 per cent) and Healthcare (0.84 per cent) were among the sectors. At the same time, the decline in basic materials (0.14%) and power (0.10%) was recorded.
A total of 2,868 securities were traded on the BSE, out of which 1,299 was up, while 1,401 declined, and no change was made in 168 at the end of the session.

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