Domestic fairness benchmark Sensex tumbled over 300 points in opening session on Monday monitoring losses in index-heavyweights Reliance Industries and HDFC twins amid weak cues from international equities. The BSE Sensex was buying and selling 303.74 points or 0.81 per cent decrease at 37,303.15; whereas the NSE Nifty was down 77.15 points or 0.70 per cent at 10,996.30.
Kotak Bank was the highest loser in the Sensex pack, falling round three per cent, adopted by IndusInd Bank, HDFC Bank, ONGC, PowerGrid, Axis Bank, Sun Pharma and Reliance Industries (RIL).
On the opposite hand, Bajaj Auto, Titan, Maruti, M&M and SBI have been among the many gainers.
In the earlier session, the 30-share Sensex ended 129.18 points or 0.34 per cent decrease at 37,606.89, whereas the NSE Nifty fell 28.70 points or 0.26 per cent to 11,073.45.
Exchange information confirmed that overseas institutional buyers bought equities value Rs 958.64 crore on a web foundation on Friday.
According to merchants, promoting in index majors RIL and HDFC duo dragged key indices decrease.
Further, overseas fund outflow, considerations over rise in COVID-19 circumstances the world over stored buyers cautious, they added.
The variety of circumstances world wide linked to COVID-19 has crossed 1.eight crore, whereas the an infection depend in India crossed 18 lakh.
Bourses in Hong Kong and Seoul have been in the purple, whereas Shanghai and Tokyo have been buying and selling on the optimistic territory.
Global oil benchmark Brent crude was buying and selling 0.55 per cent decrease at USD 43.28 per barrel.