Sensex, Nifty end flat in volatile trading



Investors turned cautious weighing weak GDP numbers and continued drop in automobile sales, bringing banking and auto sector stocks under pressure.



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Investors become poorer by Rs 7.25 lakh cr in 2018



From its all-time peak of 38,989.65 scaled on August 29 this year, the Sensex has fallen by 2,921.32 points, or 7.5 per cent, to 36,068.33.



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Sensex slips over 150 pts; financial, energy stocks drag



In the Sensex pack, index heavyweight Reliance Industries fell 2.84 per cent to Rs 1,057.15 after reports that the company’s oil assets may take a hit due to the government’s imposition of cost controls on soaring petrol and diesel prices.



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Sensex slumps 3,686 points since January 29



The market last tumbled 10% or more in December 2016 following demonetisation. The decline was followed by a sharp rebound. This time the chances of such a v-shaped recovery are less.



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