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Sensex falls over 500 points after sinking Oil Prices

Mumbai, Jan 06: The Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) Sensex on Tuesday fell 588.15 points to land at 27,254.17 points, with markets heading towards their biggest fall in over three weeks. The National Stoke Exchange (NSE) Nifty also dropped points, opening at below the 8,300 mark.

According to reports, domestic stocks came under pressure of the heavy selling by investors amid global sell-off on worries about the Eurozone and sinking oil prices globally. The Sensex was also influenced by Japan's Nikkei, whichh experienced losses of over 500 points in its last hour of trade.

-ANI

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