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Midday Review
Jan 24, 2017
02:53 PM   Benchmarks continue to trade at high point of day
01:04 PM   Benchmarks extend gains supported by Power and Capital Goods
12:05 PM   Benchmarks continue firm trade in noon session
11:11 AM   Sensex, Nifty hover near highest point of the day
10:20 AM   Benchmarks trade with traction in early deals; Nifty reclaims ...
Jan 23, 2017
03:03 PM   Benchmarks continue to trade flat in late afternoon session
01:04 PM   Benchmarks pare gains but trade continues in green
12:07 PM   Indian benchmarks continue firm trade in noon session
11:13 AM   Benchmarks trade near highest point of the day
10:18 AM   Benchmarks trade in fine fettle in early deals
Jan 20, 2017
02:54 PM   Markets extend losses in late afternoon session
01:09 PM   Indian bourses continue to trade in negative terrain
12:06 PM   Indian benchmarks continue weak trade in noon session
11:12 AM   Benchmarks continue to trade under pressure
10:22 AM   Benchmarks make soft start on weak global cues
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