Wholesale debt market segment of the National Stock Exchange today witnessed a total turnover of Rs 643.15 crore in 33 trades.
Extending losses for the fifth straight session, NSE benchmark Nifty fell 168.20 points to 10,974.90, closing below psychological 11,000 levels amid intense selling pressure and subdued global markets.
European stock markets traded in negative territory on Monday as fears of an escalating trade row between the United States and China spread from Asian markets, while oil rallied after OPEC ignored U.S. calls to raise global supply.
U.S. stock indexes fell on Monday, with industrial and technology shares bearing the brunt of the latest round of U.S.-China tariffs as neither country showed signs of backing down from a protracted trade war.
NBFC and housing finance stocks continued to slide Monday, falling up to 8.4 per cent on fears of liquidity crisis.
Global investment company Blackstone and realty firm Embassy Group Monday filed its offer document with markets regulator Sebi to launch the country's first real estate investment trust (REIT) to raise over Rs 5,000 crore.
Leading stock exchange NSE will shift 15 firms to the restricted trading category from Thursday as part of surveillance review.
U.S. stock index futures dropped as the latest round of Sino-U.S. tariffs kicked in, with neither showing signs of backing down from a protracted trade war.
Benchmark BSE Sensex Monday suffered its worst single-day loss in seven months, extending its fall for a fifth day due to a meltdown in banking and auto stocks on liquidity concerns and a rout in global markets.