Continuing on its losses, the benchmark index Sensex lost another 99 points in early trade on Monday on the Bombay Stock Exchange, in line with weakening global markets.
The BSE-30 share Sensex which had lost 541.74 points on Friday, was down by another 99.32 points at 15,135.25 in the first five minutes of trading.
Similarly, on the wide-based National Stock Exchange, Nifty fell by 41.50 points at 4,403.70. It had lost nearly 175 points in the previous trading session.
The market remained in a bearish mood on sustained weakness on the global markets, led by US Dows Industrial Average and Nasdaq.
Stock brokers said market had ignored impressive first quarter results posted by RIL, SBI and Hindustan Lever.