After hitting life-time highs intraday on December 20, 2023, bears took control on Dalal Street. At close, Sensex tumbled 930 points while Nifty crashed 346 points and closed at 21,106 level.
The market witnessed strong profit booking with all sectors closing in the red.
The top sectoral losers included PSU Bank, Metals and Media which dived over 4 percent followed by Auto, Realty and IT which declined over 2 percent each.
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Asian Markets End Higher:
Asia markets rose December 20, with Japan stocks extending gains to another session. This comes after the country’s central bank left its ultra-loose monetary policy unchanged at its final meeting this year.
At close, Nikkei added 1.36 percent at 33,675.94 mark followed by Kospi which gained 1.75 percent and closed the session at 2,614.30 level.
European markets were mixed on December 20 as investors digested fresh inflation data following positive trade in the previous session. FTSE added 0.71 percent at 7,692.16 mark while DAX was marginally down by 0.03 percent at 16,739.09. CAC was trading at 7,574.28 mark.
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