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Midday Review
Sep 20, 2017
10:15 AM   Benchmarks trade marginally in green in early deals
Sep 19, 2017
03:00 PM   Bourses manage to keep their head above water
01:06 PM   Benchmarks continue lackluster trade slightly in red
12:05 PM   Markets trade near neutral line in late morning session
11:04 AM   Benchmarks extend losses in morning session
10:19 AM   Benchmarks make cautious start ahead of Fed meet
Sep 18, 2017
02:59 PM   Bulls tighten grip on Dalal Street
01:02 PM   Firm trade prevails in afternoon deals
12:07 PM   Markets maintain momentum; Sensex rallies over 200 points
11:03 AM   Benchmarks continue firm trade in morning session
10:19 AM   Benchmarks make optimistic start; Nifty regains 10,150 mark
Sep 15, 2017
03:07 PM   Benchmarks turn green in last leg of trade
12:58 PM   Markets remain in red amid weak Asian cues
12:02 PM   Lackluster trade continues on Dalal street
11:00 AM   Benchmarks continue weak trade; Power, Realty drag
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