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Midday Review
Mar 24, 2017
02:52 PM   Markets extend gains; trade near highest point of the day
01:02 PM   Firm trade prevails in afternoon session
12:13 PM   Markets remain firm; Banks provide the maximum impetus
11:11 AM   Benchmarks continue firm trade; Bankex leads
10:15 AM   Benchmarks trades in fine fettle in early deals; Nifty regains...
Mar 23, 2017
02:58 PM   Markets continue to trade higher in tight band
01:07 PM   Markets continue to trade in green in noon session
12:01 PM   Markets continue to trade higher; Realty, Energy counters lead...
11:11 AM   Benchmarks continue firm trade; Nifty holds 9050 mark
10:17 AM   Benchmarks trade in fine fettle in early deals
Mar 22, 2017
02:47 PM   Benchmarks continue lackluster trade in late afternoon session
01:00 PM   Markets continue to trade under pressure; Telecom melt
12:15 PM   Indian benchmarks continue to trade lower in noon session
11:11 AM   Weak trade persist in late morning session
10:15 AM   Benchmarks make gap-down opening on feeble global cues
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