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Another dark day at Dalal Street; here's how Sensex has crashed since early September

29 out of the 30 companies on BSE 30 displayed negative growth in share price during September to October 11th. Only Wipro showed a growth in share price that too of 0.11 per cent.

The Sensex and Nifty fell nearly 3% in trade today a day after the indices logged their best gains in over six months.
While the Sensex rose 461 points or 1.35% to 34,760, Nifty ended 1.54% or 159 points higher at 10,460 level.
While the Sensex closed 174 points or 0.51% lower to 34,299, the Nifty fell 47 points or 0.45% to 10,301.
Foreign investors have withdrawn Rs 9,300 crore from the Indian capital market in the last four trading sessions on rupee crash and rise in crude oil prices.
The bears continue to tighten their grip on the markets, and the BSE Sensex and NSE Nifty both opened with heavy losses this morning.
Midcaps stocks led to the fall with the BSE midcap index closing 164 points or 1.11% lower to 14,642 level.
Brent crude prices have been hovering around $80 for sometime now, raising oil costs for India, which relies more than 80 per cent on imports to meet its oil needs.
Market breadth was negative with 247 stocks rising compared with 1413 stocks falling on the BSE.
Top Sensex gainers were Maruti (4.45%), Axis Bank (3.47%) and Vedanta Ltd (3.28%).
28 out of the 30 companies on BSE 30 displayed negative growth in share price during the period. Just two companies showed a growth in share price.
The equity market outlook has taken a beating given degradation in the quality of debt, redemption and heightened risk averseness by investors.
The Sensex opened on a strong note at 36,274.25 but soon fell on concerns surrounding the NBFC space and the commercial paper market.