Indian market suffered one of the biggest falls in its history on Monday as BSE Sensex dropped 10 percent during early trade and trading was halted for 45 minutes.
Indian markets opened very strong on Monday after Friday’s carnage but the gains couldn’t be sustained.
SBI Cards IPO has received positive ratings from majority of market analysts. State-owned banking major SBI's cards division has witnessed positive growth in the last few years.
Indian Stocks Markets witnessed small correction on Wednesday, mainly due to concerns about Coronavirus and its impact on economy all over the world.
Indian markets traded range-bound on Tuesday after major fall on Monday. The markets could continue in the range and higher levels could see selling pressure.
Indian markets have been hovering around their all-time high for quite some time. As the traders weren't having any major trigger after the quarterly results, markets have remained range-bound.
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