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Indian benchmark indices slump on Thursday

India blooms News Service | 28 Apr 2016, 10:51 pm
Mumbai, Apr 28 (IBNS) The Indian market too felt the heat of negative global sentiment and slumped at close of business on Thursday, with the Sensex falling 461.02 points to 25603.10 and Nifty sliding132.65 points to 7847.25.
The unexpected decision of the Bank of Japan not to expand its monetary policy and the expiry of the April derivative contracts pulled the markets down.
 
The top gainers at close of business on Thursday were TCS, Axis Bank and Lupin. The stocks that declined were HDFC, ITC, M&M, Maruti and GAIL. 

Indian benchmark indices slump on Thursday

India blooms News Service
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