Mumbai, Oct 3: The benchmark index of Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) on Wednesday slid by 300.30 points to 36,225.81 on sliding an Indian currency amid sustained foreign fund outflows and surging crude oil prices.
Even, selling of most of the stocks including Consumer Durable, Telecom, Energy, Finance, Utilities and Oil and gas stocks also dampened the investors sentiment.
The National Stock Exchange (NSE) eased by 92.65 points to 10,915.65.Though, the sensex opened higher by 76 points to 36,602.85 it went in red as most of the stocks went in red.The sensex recorded intra day high and low at 36,602.85 and 36,200.99 respectively.
The Nifty registered intra day high and low at 10.982.70 and 10,900.40 respectively. The losers were TCS by 2.89 pc to Rs 2190.55, M & M by 2.78 pc to Rs 824, Maruti Suzuki by 1.99 pc to Rs 7300, Bharti Airtl by 1.99 pc to Rs 319.35 and Hind Unilever by 1.87 pc to Rs 1612.15.
The gainers were Yes Bank by 6.06 pc to Rs 213.40, VEDL by 4.04 pc to Rs 242.30, Tata Steel by 1.17 pc to Rs 590.35 and Adani Ports by 1.03 pc to Rs 333.95. (UNI)