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Indian equity markets kicked off May on a tepid note, weighed down by losses in automobile and IT stocks, as investors cautiously awaited an expected rate hike by the U.S. Federal Reserve this week.

Dear Trader…                          In a highly volatile session, Indian equity markets recovered most of their early losses and ended around flat line on Monday on the back of weak global cues ahead of the FOMC meet. Markets opened gap down, as traders were concerned as the government data showed the growth of eight core infrastructure industries slowed down to 4.3 per cent in March against 12.6 per cent in the year-ago

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