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Closing Bell
May 26, 2017
04:12 PM   Indian benchmarks end at record highs; Sensex breaches 31000 mark
04:00 PM   Post Session: Quick Review
May 25, 2017
04:43 PM   Indian benchmarks display spirited performance; Sensex rallies...
03:57 PM   Post Session: Quick Review
May 24, 2017
04:40 PM   Indian benchmarks pare all gains to end lower ahead of May ser...
04:02 PM   Post Session: Quick Review
May 23, 2017
04:33 PM   Feeble global cues drag benchmarks lower; Nifty ends below 940...
04:00 PM   Post Session: Quick Review
May 22, 2017
04:32 PM   Indian benchmarks settle with modest gain
04:00 PM   Post Session: Quick Review
May 19, 2017
04:42 PM   Indian benchmarks erase early gains to close flat
03:59 PM   Post Session: Quick Review
May 18, 2017
04:33 PM   Feeble global cues drag benchmarks lower; Sensex settles below...
04:01 PM   Post Session: Quick Review
May 17, 2017
04:34 PM   Indian benchmarks notch fresh closing highs for the third stra...
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