Mumbai, Nov 27 (ANI): The Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) benchmark Sensex toppled over 451 points in early trade on hectic selling by funds in line with feeble global indications and concerns over Dubai's debt.
The Sensex that had witnessed two big losses earlier this month, fell by 451.63 points to 16,403.30 points in the first ten minutes of trading.
In the similar manner, the National Stock Exchange index Nifty tumbled by 140.50 points to 4865.05 points.
The brokers said the selling focus was more on banking and realty stocks after Dubai's debt troubles invigorated apprehension about the global financial system and upset the markets across Europe and Asia. (ANI)