Earlier, the markets had opened on a choppy note tracking persistent foreign fund outflow and tepid cues from global markets.
After dropping over 100 points in the opening session, the Sensex was trading 64.26 points, or 0.16%, lower at 41,258.74
Rupee rises 20 paise to 70.87 against dollar in early trade after easing of crude prices, bullishness about US-China trade talks
At the interbank foreign exchange the rupee opened at 70.96, then gained further ground and touched a high of 70.87, registering a rise of 20 paise over its previous close
Sensex plunges over 300 points in early trade on foreign fund outflow, mixed global cues; Yes Bank, Tata Steel among top losers
Top losers in the Sensex pack in early trade included Yes Bank, ICICI Bank, IndusInd Bank, Tata Steel, Tech Mahindra, NTPC, SBI, HCL Tech, TCS, L&T, Infosys and Axis Bank, shedding up to 4.21%.
Rupee falls 41 paise to 69.20 against dollar in early trade amid foreign fund outflows, rising oil prices
The rupee opened weak at 69.17 at the interbank forex market and slipped further to 69.20, showing a decline of 41 paise against its previous close.
Sensex falls over 100 points after IMF cuts India's growth outlook; massive foreign fund outflows too hit market
After swinging nearly 250 points in opening session, the Sensex was trading 104.13 points or 0.27% lower at 37,878.61 at 0930 hours
Sensex drops over 100 points, Nifty dips in early trade amid weak cues from global markets; Yes Bank plunges over 10%
Yes Bank was the biggest loser, cracking over 10 percent after the company reported a massive slump of 92.44% in its consolidated net profit
Sensex, Nifty start on a volatile note; investors turn jittery on weak domestic, global cues amid foreign fund outflow
Top gainers in the Sensex pack in early trade included Yes Bank, IndusInd Bank, Asian Paints, M&M, Axis Bank, NTPC and PowerGrid, rising up to 2.23 percent.
The rupee had closed at 71.34 versus the greenback Monday.
At the forex market, the rupee opened weak at 71.22 and slipped further to quote 17 paise down at 71.33 against the US dollar.
RBI autonomy: Bimal Jalan says it’s central bank’s job to implement govt policy, governor should quit if differences cannot be resolved
The sharply depreciating rupee amidst rising global oil prices and the massive foreign funds outflow from the capital market are not crises
CAD at 2.5% of GDP not worrisome, govt has required instruments in place to deal with outflows: Subhash Chandra Garg
With rising oil prices, depreciating rupee and outflow of portfolio investments, there are concerns that CAD might rise in the current fiscal.