The biggest gainers and losers as the market closes down include Bharti Airtel, Maruti, Sun Pharma, and ITC

Bharti Airtel, Maruti, Infosys, HCL Technologies, Sun Pharma, ITC, Tech Mahindra, Dr. Reddy's, and other notable companies were among the top gainers and losers of the day (November 2).

The biggest gainers and losers as the market closes down include Bharti Airtel, Maruti, Sun Pharma, and ITC

In spite of a mixed trend in the international equities markets, the Indian equity market ended lower on Wednesday, capping a four-day surge. Although it had a good start, the Sensex lost all of its gains and ended the day 215.26 points, or 0.35 percent, lower at 60,906.09. The index dropped 326.96 points or 0.53 percent over the day to reach 60,794.39. Nifty dropped 62.55 points, or 0.34%, to finish at 18,082.85.

Among the top Sensex losers were Bharti Airtel (3.05%), Maruti (2.40%), Hindustan Unilever (1.31%), Infosys (1.29%), and HCL Technologies (1.26%). Among the top gainers were Sun Pharma (1.81%), ITC (1.43%), Tech Mahindra (0.94%), Dr. Reddy's (0.35%), and Reliance Industries (0.62%).

21 of the 30 Sensex equities finished in the negative.

According to Prashanth Tapse, Senior VP (Research) and Research Analyst at Mehta Equities, "As investors reevaluated the prospects for US growth and awaited the conclusion of the FOMC meeting, markets shook today. While a less aggressive posture may simply put an end to the bear market, the Fed is prepared to raise interest rates by 75 basis points for the fourth time. Nifty's support level technically is at 17677."

On the BSE, the midcap and small cap indices fell 31 points and rose 65 points, respectively. The BSE indices for auto, banking, and consumer durables shares all dropped by 231 points, 171 points, and 172 points, respectively, making them the top three sectoral losers.

On the BSE, 1,799 equities ended up vs 1,668 falling, improving market breadth. 142 shares remained the same. BSE-listed companies' market value decreased to Rs 281.60 lakh crore.

According to exchange data, foreign institutional investors (FIIs) were net purchasers on Tuesday, purchasing shares worth Rs 2,609.94 crore.

Earlier session

The Asian and European stock markets rallied on Tuesday amid persistent foreign capital inflows, helping the Indian share market close the day higher for the fourth straight day. By 374.76 points, the Sensex increased to 61,121.35. The 30-stock index soared 543.14 points during the day to reach 61,289.73. To close at 18,145.40, Nifty gained 133.20 points. The top Sensex gainers were NTPC (5%), PowerGrid (3.07%), Dr. Reddy's (2.39%), Infosys (2.27%), and Tata Consultancy Services (2.08%).

worldwide markets

Markets in Seoul, Shanghai, and Hong Kong closed higher on other Asian exchanges, but Tokyo's closed lower. In mid-session trades, stock exchanges in Europe were trading with a mixed bag of sentiment. On Tuesday, Wall Street recorded a negative closing price. Benchmark Brent crude for international oil prices was trading 0.17 percent higher at $94.81 a barrel.

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