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On a weekly basis, the BSE index dropped 737.53 points, or over 2 per cent; while NSE Nifty fell 219.20 points or 2 per cent.
The 30-share Sensex was trading 88.01 points, or 0.25 per cent, lower at 35,788.21. The index had lost nearly 1,000 points in the previous six sessions.
The 30-share barometer, which had lost 840 points in the previous five sessions, was trading 120.01 points, or 0.33 per cent, lower at 35,914.10.
The 30-share index saw fall for the fifth consecutive session as Nifty ends 37.75 points down at 10,793.65.
Brokers said buying activity emerged on positive macroeconomic data as retail inflation fell to a 19-month low of 2.05 per cent in January over the previous month on continued decline in food prices.
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Tuesday was the fourth straight session of domestic equities ending in negative terrain.
Brokers said investors were cautious ahead of index of industrial production (IIP) data for December and inflation numbers for January to be released later in the day.
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While Nifty slipped below the 10,900 mark, Mahindra and Mahindra ended up as the biggest loser in auto industry ahead of industrial production and inflation data due this week.
Sensex fell due to losses in auto, banking, power and pharma stocks amid sustained selling by domestic institutional investors.
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The 30-share index cracked 424.61 points, or 1.15 per cent, to finish at 36,546.48, while the broader NSE Nifty slumped 125.80 points, or 1.14 per cent to 10,943.60.
Sensex fall was led by heavy losses in Tata Motors, and weak cues from global markets on renewed concerns over US-China trade tiff.