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Markets end Thursday on a positive note

INDIA BLOOMS NEWS SERVICE | 29 Jul 2016, 01:21 am
Mumbai, Jul 28 (IBNS): The Indian benchmark indices were able to hold on to their gains for the second consecutive day, with the Sensex up 184.29 points to 28208.62 and Nifty up 50.50 points to 8666.30 at close of business on Thursday.
Nifty reported a fresh 15 month high on Thursday, the last trading session of the July series of derivative contracts.
 
Sustained foreign fund inflows and persistent buying by investors following the central Cabinet's approval on Wednesday of changes in the GST Constitutional Amendment Bill largely boosted the market sentiment, according to media reports.
 
The major stocks that ended Thursday as gainers were Asian Paints, ITC, TCS, Reliance Industries, Maruti, HDFC, SBI, Sun Pharma, PwerGrid, and Coal India while losers included L&T, Tata Steel, Axis Bank, Adani Ports and Dr Reddy's Labs.

Markets end Thursday on a positive note

INDIA BLOOMS NEWS SERVICE
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