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Sensex dives 2,100 pts intraday on new COVID strain; Nifty50 may find support at these levels

Today, Indian share markets erased the good points made within the final 11 days

Reversing the final 11 days rally, Indian share markets plunged 3 per cent on Monday. BSE Sensex cracked 1,407 factors or 3 per cent to finish at 45,553.96, degree final seen on December 8, 2020. During intraday offers, Sensex tumbled 2,132 factors from day’s excessive to hit 44,923 degree. While the broader Nifty 50 index nosedived 432 factors or 3.14 per cent to settle at 13,328.40 apiece. All the 30 Sensex constituents ended within the deep sea of crimson as there have been solely sellers. A bunch of things led to such a fall within the S&P BSE Sensex within the afternoon offers on Monday. In right now’s session, European stock markets opened with sharp cuts after the new strains of the coronavirus reported within the UK. Following this, many European nations have quickly banned flights from the UK.

Apart from this, Vishal Wagh, Head of Research, Bonanza Portfolio Ltd, informed Financial Express Online, that this correction was overdue within the market and was attempting to find a cause which now it has discovered. Today’s fall, in keeping with him, is merely revenue reserving forward of the new yr. Amid issues over the new coronavirus pressure within the United Kingdom (UK), Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan right now mentioned that the federal government is on excessive alert and there’s no must panic. Amid intense sell-off, traders witnessed wealth erosion of over Rs 7 lakh crore on Monday. The whole market capitalisation of BSE-listed corporations plunged to Rs 178 lakh crore from Rs 185 lakh crore on Friday.

‘Markets found a reason for correction’

Nifty 50 shaped an overextended structure on the charts. Markets wanted a cause for the correction which is present in Europe shutdown. “13000 should still act as sacrosanct support for the immediate short term and resistance at 13650 for Nifty 50 index,” Milan Vaishnav, CMT, MSTA, Consulting Technical Analyst, Gemstone Equity Research & Advisory Services, informed Financial Express Online.

Rajesh Palviya, Head Technical & Derivatives, Axis Securities, informed Financial Express Online that the Nifty 50 index continued to maneuver in a Lower Top and Lower Bottom formation on the hourly chart indicating unfavourable bias. “The chart pattern suggests that if Nifty crosses and sustains above 13400 level it would witness buying which would lead the index towards 13500-13600 levels. However, if the index breaks below 13200 level it would witness selling which would take the index towards 13100-13000. Nifty continues to remain in an uptrend in the medium and long term, so buying on dips continues to be our preferred strategy.

Today, Indian share markets erased the gains made in the last 11 days. Shrikant Chouhan, Executive Vice President, Equity Technical Research at Kotak Securities, said that since the market formed a higher bottom at 12790 on 26th of November, the market has never given any decisive candlestick pattern on daily basis. Even though the trend of upward and gained 1000 points in 15 days Nifty made multiple indecisive candles in between. The same indecisiveness finally resulted in today’s vertical fall. “It’s a bearish reversal formation in the short term. Nifty could slide to either 13000 levels, where it has support as per Options data or 12500, which was the highest of the previous up-move (all-time highest levels on Nifty till January 2020). On the higher side, 13400/13500 would be a hurdle zone,” Shrikant Chouhan mentioned.

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