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Closing Bell
Feb 20, 2017
04:52 PM   Indian benchmarks kickoff the week on a sanguine note
04:04 PM   Post Session: Quick Review
Feb 17, 2017
05:05 PM   Indian market extend uptrend; Nifty ends above 8800 mark
04:04 PM   Post Session: Quick Review
Feb 16, 2017
04:36 PM   Benchmarks settle near intraday high levels; Sensex surpasses ...
04:05 PM   Post Session: Quick Review
Feb 15, 2017
04:57 PM   Indian benchmarks end a disappointing day with half a percent cut
04:06 PM   Post Session: Quick Review
Feb 14, 2017
04:54 PM   Indian benchmarks end nearly flat ahead of Janet Yellen's test...
04:04 PM   Post Session: Quick Review
Feb 13, 2017
04:56 PM   Indian benchmarks settle with tepid gains; Nifty ends above 88...
04:05 PM   Post Session: Quick Review
Feb 10, 2017
04:53 PM   Indian benchmarks end flat ahead of IIP numbers
04:03 PM   Post Session: Quick Review
Feb 09, 2017
05:03 PM   Indian markets settle with moderate gain
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