What we are seeing today in the market is an absolute sell off on the street. Normally, in such markets no stock is spared and BPCL appears to be one such case. Even people with profitable positions are now selling whatever they can to make good their losses. That is what is being seen right now. Also, while BPCL would benefit in its marketing business, it will lose out on the refining business as lower crude prices means lower valuation of crude inventory with the company. That is also putting pressure. But the bigger concern is that there could be a virtual compression in demand for goods and services and that is what the stocks are showing today.