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Sensex bounces back, closes 1.47 pct higher

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MARKETS-SOUTHASIA-STOCKS/After a sharp drop yesterday, the Sensex managed to climb 1.47 percent, helped by strong Asian markets.

The benchmark also managed to post its first quarterly rise since December 2007.

The rise was led by ITC (up 3.3 percent), SBI (up 4.3 percent) and Infosys (up 2 percent).

The top traded stocks on BSE included Unitech, GVK Power, Reliance Natural Resources and ICICI Bank.

Sensex ends 4.8 pct lower; below 10,000

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INDIA-BUDGETThe Sensex started the week on a negative note, closing 4.8 percent lower after a 12 percent rally last week.

The benchmark index ended at 9,568, having struggled throughout trade as investors booked profits. It had dropped over 5 percent just before close.

Sensex sheds 0.4 pct, but gains 2.4 pct on week

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MARKETS-SOUTHASIA-STOCKSThe Sensex ended 35 points lower on Friday on profit-booking ahead of the weekend.

The top benchmark losers included Tata Motors, which slipped 6.2 percent, ICICI Bank, which was down 4.5 percent, and L&T which lost 4 percent.

Sensex rises 1.3 pct, Reliance gains

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INDIAThe BSE Sensex ended 1.3 percent higher on Wednesday as a rally in global markets boosted investor sentiments.

After mid day, the benchmark touched an intra-day high of 9,120 – a rise of over 2 percent – but pared gains later to close at 8,976. It was the index’s highest close in a month.

Sensex falls 2.9 pct to lowest close in 3 years

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MARKETS-SOUTHASIA/STOCKSThe Sensex closed 2.9 percent down on Thursday to its lowest close in 3 years, as worries over the economy remained despite rate cuts by the RBI yesterday.

The benchmark closed at 8198, dragged down by index heavyweights Reliance Industries (down 5 percent) and ITC (down 3.5 percent).

Market downslide continues, Sensex slips 2 pct

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After a relatively lacklustre morning session, the stock market slipped during the last few hours of trade on Tuesday. The benchmark index closed at 8427, down 2.09 percent.

MARKETS-SOUTHASIA-STOCKS/Heavy falls in foreign markets and concerns about the global outlook continue to weigh on investor sentiment.

Sensex falls 3.2 pct, led by Reliance Ind

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MARKETS-SOUTHASIA-STOCKSIndian stocks struggled throughout trade today, weighed down by grim economic data and weakness in global markets. The benchmark index closed 3.2 percent lower, led by a fall in some heavyweight stocks.

Reliance Industries (RIL) and Reliance Petro were in focus, after the former announced that it would absorb its Reliance Petro unit through a share swap. RIL will issue one share for every 16 held in Reliance Petro.

Markets end higher on expiry day

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Well things looked shaky in the morning with the Sensex in negative territory, but it managed to recover in late trade to close 52 points up at 8954.86.

Buying was seen in index heavy weights such as Reliance Industries, Infosys and Bharti Airtel.MARKETS-SOUTHASIA-STOCKS/
Autos appeared to be the flavour of the day with the BSE Auto Index closing 2.7 pct higher.

Sensex drops 2.2 pct tailing global rout

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INDIA-BUDGETTaking cues from weak global markets, our benchmark index ended the last trading session of the week with losses of 2.2 percent, its lowest close in a month.

The Sensex closed at 8843, pulled down by over 3 percent losses in Reliance Industries and a 7 percent slide in ICICI Bank.

Sensex ends flat after seesaw trade

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INDIA-BUDGETThe benchmark index seesawed all through the day and closed 20 points lower at 9015, pulled down by banks that slipped on concerns about their profit margins. The Sensex had dropped below the 9,000 mark in early trade.

Index heavyweight Reliance Industries gained 2.1 percent while Bharti Airtel was up 1.3 percent.

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