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Indian markets crash on Monday; financial stock worst hit amidst rising Covid-19 cases

Indian shares saw a steep decline due to the rising number of Coronavirus cases in the country on June 15. NSE was down 0.9% at 9,878.45, while BSE was down 1.1% at 33,404.42. India recorded a new high of Covid-19 cases causing the investors to trade prudently. Financial stocks were amongst the worst affected.

Mon, 15 Jun 2020 - 10:32 AM / by Kajol Pravina

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