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Indian shares kicked off July trading on a weak note on Thursday, hurt by losses in information technology stocks and after data showed the country’s factory activity shrunk for the first time in eleven months.

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Dear Trader… Indian shares kicked off July trading on a weak note on Thursday, hurt by losses in information technology stocks and after data showed the country’s factory activity shrunk for the first time in eleven months. Traders were worried as India’s manufacturing sector activities contracted for the first time in 11 months in June as rise in coronavirus cases and strict containment measures adversely impacted demand as well as

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