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Indian markets open the week on a positive note

Indian markets open the week on a positive note

India Blooms News Service | 26 Jul 2016, 03:39 am
Mumbai, Jul 25 (IBNS): The Indian benchmark indices began the week on a high note, with Sensex up 292.10 points to 28095.34 and Nifty up 94.45 to 8635.55 at close of business on Monday.

Positive global cues, the likelihood of the GST Bill being tabled in the parliament and FII flows largely supported the market on Monday, according to media reports.

Overall, banking, realty and oil & gas stocks fared well on Monday

Some of the key stocks that were gainers were BHEL, Maruti, SBI, Asian Paints and Sun Pharma while Dr Reddy's, Bajaj Auto, Tata Steel and GAIL were some of the key losers.

 

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Indian markets open the week on a positive note

India Blooms News Service
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