Reliance Industries Contributes Most To Sensex Fall

Reliance Industries (RIL) is down by 1.19%, trading at Rs 1421 per share, and is the biggest contributor to the Sensex's fall. BSE Sensex is down by nearly 90 points, and RIL is pulling down the index by 30 points, contributing almost 33% to the index's fall.

Sun Pharma is down by 2.16%, Coal India is down by 1.38%, Dr Reddy's is down by 1.27%, Hindustan Unilever is down by 1.20% and Adani Ports is down by 1.15%. Bharti Airtel is up by 2.18% and is the top Sensex gainer. Larsen & Toubro is up by nearly 2% and Bajaj Auto is up by 1.14%.

RIL is up by nearly 30% over one year period and is very close to becoming the most valued company in India, as the market-cap gap between RIL and TCS narrows down.

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