New Delhi: As the market rout continued, some stocks still managed to make gains, with over 30 companies hitting their 52-week high levels on Tuesday and gains in blue-chips such as Bharti Airtel and Tata Steel cushioned the fall in the broader market to some extent.
The BSE Sensex cracked below the 34,000-mark by plunging about 1,275 points or 3.6 percent in opening trade on Tuesday mainly due to sell-off in world markets.
However, during the late trading session, the index managed to recover some of the lost ground and was quoting 368.17 points or 1.06 percent lower at 34,388.99 at 1421 hrs.
As many as 32 stocks hit their 52-week high on BSE on Tuesday, including Polaris Consulting & Services.
Among the 30-share Sensex stocks, four companies were trading in green led by Tata Steel, Bharti Airtel, Larsen & Toubro and ICICI Bank.
On the other hand, over 200 stocks hit their 52-week lows on BSE on Tuesday.
Extending its falling streak for the sixth straight session, the 30-share index fell by 1,274.35 points or 3.66 percent to 33,482.81.
Stock market bloodbath has wiped out a staggering Rs 9.6 lakh crore from investor wealth in three days with the rout continuing amid sell-off in world markets.
Published Date: Feb 06, 2018 15:33 PM | Updated Date: Feb 06, 2018 15:33 PM