The selloff aggravated after US President Donald Trump threatened to impose more tariffs on China.
Today's fall was the biggest since April 2016 in percentage terms.
NSE Nifty slipped below the 11,000 level for the first time since March 1, 2019.
The weakness in the domestic currency added to investors' misery.
Heavy losses in the US market affected market sentiment in early trade.
Surging inflation may push India's central bank to hike key rates in its next policy meet in August.
Mood was decidedly cautious ahead of the RBI policy meeting decision tomorrow.
Foreign investors offloaded a net amount of Rs 5,920 crore from the capital markets in August.
The domestic equity market came under heavy selling pressure on Friday afternoon, as Sensex crashed over 1,000 points while the Nifty50 broke below the 10,900 level.Market bloodbath: Sensex crashes nearly 1,000 points, Nifty below 11,000
BSE Sensex crashed 405.67 points, or 1.03 per cent, to trade at 39,107.72 Monday.
The broader NSE Nifty sank 130.70 points or 1.16 per cent to settle at 11,148.20 points.
"We miss you, your absence tugs at our hearts, and we wish you were back home to cut a cake with all of us," Karti wrote.
The Sensex crashed 770 points, or 2.06 per cent, its biggest single-day fall in 11 months.
Ex-CEA Subramanian had showed that between 2011-12 and 2016-17, India’s growth had been hugely inflated.
With just three more sessions left ahead of the Union Budget, investors looked nervous amid mixed signals about what FM may have in store for the B-Day.
The S&P BSE Sensex tracked weakness in other Asian markets and ended the day at 26,818.82, below its crucial psychological level of 27,000, down 698.86 points.
The Director General of Military Operation said the army conducted the anti-terror operations on September 28 night to prevent infiltration.
With the benchmark sensex witnessing the biggest single day drop ever, Congress today took a swipe at PM Modi saying he has turned "unlucky" for the economy.
As stock markets witnessed bloodbath today, the Sensex recorded an intra-day fall of 1,153.16 points till noon -- making it the biggest crash in about seven years.
On Thursday, the rupee fell 11 paise to close at 73.27.
Sensex cracked over 600 points following a sharp cut in rupee against the US dollar and fears the US may go an earlier than expected rate hike.
Patel's resignation as RBI Guv may create a temporary flutter in the market, say experts.
A global selloff compounded worries on Dalal Street.
Dealers said early losses in domestic equity markets and fresh foreign fund outflows weighed on the rupee.
The BSE 30-share index was trading 1,205.7 points down at 26,160.37, while the broader Nifty index of NSE was down 353.35 points at 7,946.60.
The selloff was so intense that Sensex crashed over 800 points within in a matter of minutes.
Brokers said the weakness in global markets and a weak trend at European markets in their early trade added to negative sentiments.
Concern over surging oil prices and a growing rift between Greece and its creditors over bailout terms also spooked investors.
Powell's comment on US economy pushed bond yields higher and hurt equities the world over.
The BSE index declined 3.07 percent and the broader NSE index 3 percent, their biggest daily percentage fall since September 3, 2013.
The Sensex, as increasingly loud and alarming headlines over the last 10 days or so proclaimed, lost a lot of steam. But actually, what it lost was froth.
An increase of $1 a barrel in crude price translates to Rs 1,513 cr revenue gain to all major 19 states.
The Lehman crisis in 2008 saw Sensex crash about 60 per cent in 1 year.
Domestic stocks too were slammed left, right and centre. Sensex crashed 410 points to close 32,596.
Arun Jaitley's last full Budget sent the domestic equity market into a tailspin for a while.
In theory, temporary protection for infant industries can help create scale economies. But most industries getting protection are geriatrics, not infants.
Before you get over the not-so-pleasant Tuesday, here are a few interesting details about the session.
A study by ICICI Sec reveals the median correction of a bull market in India stands at 14%.
Over 100 in BSE 500 trading below book value thanks to the sharp correction in their stock prices. The number has surged since the beginning of the month.
The Nifty came off around 2 per cent, with daily MACD making a negative crossover on charts.
Holding the UPA government responsible for the bloodbath at the Sensex, the BJP on Wednesday demanded a Joint Parliamentary Committee (JPC) probe to find out the beneficiaries of the crash triggered by SEBI's "untimely" proposal to regulate participatory notes.
The S&P BSE Sensex crashed 430 points, or 1.27 per cent, to shut shop at 33,317.20.
Though earnings growth may pick up in the coming quarters, it may not translate into rise in stock prices, mainly because of muted sentiments due to the weakening domestic macro situation.
A massive rout in domestic equities hit forex market sentiments.
Government revenues are likely to be slow this year because of teething problems linked to the new tax regime.
Many analysts had been raising eyebrows over the premium many of the second-rung stocks were quoting at over largecap stocks after the recent market rally.
The Director General Military Operations (DGMO) has said Indian armed forces are ready for any contingency. He confirmed there exist no plans as of now for further operations.
Overseas investors have pulled out over Rs 15,000 crore from the Indian capital markets in the last five trading sessions.
The market had a lacklustre session as investors awaited the money policy decision. But soon after policy announcement, the Sensex crashed nearly 200 points.
The Japanese financial services major, is "underweight" on India and said one of the biggest concerns for the Indian market is high valuations.
M Stanley said the recently announced Budget for 2016-17 had proved once again that major reform initiatives will not be the operating template for India.
There is heightened anticipation in the market for the Budget 2016-17, as the external environment is weak and corporate earnings growth is muted.
Macquarie has set a Nifty target of 9,200 for this December provided the government is able to muster parliamentary support for key reforms and corporate earnings pick up during the year.
Markets have been highly volatile on weak corporate earnings & negative global cues, including devaluation of the Chinese currency & economic slowdown.
Saluting the valor of the Indian army for giving befitting reply to those attacking innocent Indians and ensuring zero tolerance on terror, Shah tweeted.
Nifty50 settled below 8,600-mark for the first time since August 26, Sensex crashed 465 points, or 1.64 per cent, to sub-28,000 mark.
The plunge came at a time when many analysts on Dalal Street were raising eyebrows over the premium that many of the stocks were quoting at following the recent market rally.
Marketmen say smaller stocks are generally bought by local investors, with overseas investors focusing on blue-chip shares.
Mutual fund managers raised their total allocation in the sector to an all time-high of over Rs 40,500 crore in August due to depreciation in rupee.
Market players say smaller stocks are generally bought by local investors, while overseas investors focus on blue-chips.
The recent stock market sell-off and poor listing of Power Mech Projects have resulted in stoppage of grey market deals and bets being called off.
An analysis of social media posts — done with the benefit of hindsight of the 1600 BSE Sensex crash on Monday, August 24, 2015 — suggests that people were fearful of a possible crash.
Mauled in the markets for a long time, Nestle India today sought to defy a widespread mayhem on Dalal Street with nearly 2 per cent intra-day gain.
The devaluation of the Chinese yuan currency may have a transient impact on India, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said on Monday.
The investor wealth stood below Rs 100 lakh crore last on June 18, while this milestone was first achieved in November 2014.
In the forward market, premium for dollar eased further on sustained receivings from exporters.
Saudi Arabia carried out air strikes against Huthi rebels in Yemen, sparking off a wave of risk aversion in global financial markets, traders said.
In 2014, the Sensex rose by 6,328.74 points or 30 per cent, the highest annual gain since 2009 when it had rallied by 7,817 points.
Nifty50 lost over 100 points, which took the index below its 200 DMA placed at 7,850, weighed down by losses in power, IT, capital goods and auto stocks.
A flood of sell orders for yet to be listed IPOs has forced most brokers to pull-off from honouring the trades.
Global economy has experienced huge financial volatility with bourses across the board witnessing a slaughter in the last few days.
The initial public offering (IPO) of logistics company Navkar Corp was subscribed only 14 per cent on the first day of the issue.
As the BSE Sensex crashed 1,624.51 points, India Inc today said the policymakers in the country must ensure corrective measures at the earliest.
Concerned about India being a country of "high inflation", RBI's Raghuram Rajan said it's a must to bring inflation down to keep the country's exchange rate competitive.
We asked your opinion on the stock market crash. We got myriad views. Those who proffered their analysis ranged between doomsayers and eternal optimists.
The domestic currency resumed substantially lower at 66.25 compared to weekend's close of 66.14 at the Interbank Foreign Exchange (forex) market on fresh bouts of dollar demand.
Congress held NDA's "tax terrorism" under FM Jaitley responsible for the free-fall of stock market, flight of foreign capital, and weakening of the rupee.
Tracking severe weakness in stock market, total investor wealth of BSE-listed cos plummeted by Rs 2,04,724.62 crore to Rs 99,05,243 crore.
Euphoria and despair were in full display on Dalal Street in 2015.
The biggest bull on Dalal Street after Harshad Mehta caused one of the biggest wealth erosion, refreshing memories of the Harshad Mehta days.
India’s macro fundamentals have been the envy of the world for some time now and going forward those fundamentals will hold India in good stead, says Rajan.
Gains recorded by medium and small-size companies remained below huge returns of up to 60% they generated in the previous year.
This is utterly unnatural. It has been justified as a temporary expedient to ensure a full-fledged US recovery from the 2008 crash.
A study reveals that regular investing, coupled with a long-term outlook, tend to yield better returns than timing the market.
The slide began with western sanctions, was exacerbated by oil price fall, and became a debacle when investors began fleeing roubles for dollars.
There have been several poster boys who were once held in great esteem by Dalal Street, inspiring young India. Up-and-coming entrepreneurs tried to ape them.
FM asked his ministry to present a 10-point action plan to kick-start a set of measures to revive the economy and improve business sentiment.
Dalal Street witnessed one of the worst weeks since 2009, as both Nifty50 and Sensex crashed by about 7 per cent each.
The 30-pack index ended the day 213 points, or 0.78 per cent, lower at 27,039 while the 50-stock barometer Nifty50 closed at 8,171, down 62 points, or 0.72 per cent.
Shares of Kingfisher Airlines and four other companies today fell after the country's leading bourse NSE decided o exclude them from its derivatives trading segment.
A day ahead of the Reserve Bank of India’s money policy review on Tuesday, the domestic stock market tanked after remaining rangebound through the day.
Tracking weak global cues, the BSE benchmark Sensex crashed 476 points, while the NSE Nifty slid nearly 150 points.
Indian markets breached their key support levels, led by massive selling seen in rate-sensitive stocks just ahead of the RBI policy review.
The rupee went through a volatile day on Tuesday, affected heavily by cues from the spiralling Sensex and other Asian markets.
Amid tough financial conditions, huge pressure and very harsh global headwinds, do not trust the stock market to give you a clear view on the Union Budget.
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