Wobbly rupee, rising global crude oil prices kept domestic stock market lacklustre last week.
Dalal Street remained in the green zone for most part of the day, proceeding cautiously.
Broader BSE Midcap and Smallcap indices trailed Sensex by a slight margin.
Selling was seen across sectors, with telecom, consumer durables, FMCG and energy being worst hit.
The BSE Sensex has plunged by over 878 points in the last six straight sessions.
Among the 50 stocks in the Nifty index, 25 were in the green and 25 in the red.
A rise in Indian bond yield and strengthening dollar lured investors away from Indian stocks.
BSE IT, teck and consumer durables index climbed over 1 per cent.
As many as 45 counters showed bearish crossovers on the NSE on Monday.
Analysts say stock picking opportunities are aplenty in this market.
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