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In the first session of 2018, the Sensex closed with the fall, the sell-out in auto shares.

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With the slow start between the Mileage international signals, the open market share has closed down.
In the first trading session of the year 2018, the Indian stock market has closed down due to the fall. The main index Sensex fell by 244 points to 33812 level and the Nifty ended 97 points down at 10434 with weakness of 97 points. On the National Stock Exchange, the mid-cap index gained 0.11 per cent and the smallcap index 0.94 per cent.

Profits in Auto Shares: In terms of the Sectoral Index, all the indexes except Realty are closed in the red mark. Most sellers have been in auto shares. Bank (0.87 per cent), Financial Services (0.97 per cent), FMCG (0.62 per cent), IT (0.86 per cent) and Pharma (0.02 per cent) saw decline.

TCS Top Loser: In the Nifty, if you talk about heavy stocks, then 10 green mark and 40 fall are closed with the business. The fastest growth is in the shares of India Bulls Housing Finance, Coal India, Cipla, Sun Pharma and IOC. At the same time, the fall has happened in the shares of Infratel, TCS, BPCL, IndusInd Bank and Bosch Limited.

9:30 am morning:

The beginning of the stock market in the first trading session of 2018 was sluggish. After the flat opened, the Sensex slipped into the red mark in a few seconds. After 15 minutes of trading, Nifty declined by 6 points at 9:30 a.m., at the level of 10524, the Sensex is trading 1 point higher at 34057 levels. Shopping in mid-caps and smallcap stocks is being seen. Both the indices on the National Stock Exchange are trading with the lead. The Nifty mid-cap is trading 0.27 percent higher at 21177 and the Nifty Smallcap index is trading 0.46 percent at 9127 levels.

Talking about the sectoral index, the realty index has seen an increase of more than 1 per cent. Nifty Realty is trading at 1.13% with a rise of 350.75. On the other hand, the Nifty PSU Bank Index has gained 0.44%. Apart from this, IT index is trading with the decline of half a percent. The decline in auto, metal and private bank index is seen.

Talking about giant stocks, 29 out of 50 stocks in Nifty are trading in the red mark and 21 shares are trading in green mark. Fastest Indiabulls Finance is getting 2.35 per cent, BPCL 0.99 per cent, IOC 0.86 per cent, Hindustan Petroleum 0.61 per cent and ITC 0.55 per cent. On the other hand, Infratel -2.02 percent, Wipro -1.27 percent TCS 0.97 percent, Hindalco 0.91 percent and Bajaj Auto 0.81 percent are getting the shares.