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Indian equity benchmarks closed lower for a second straight session on Thursday, as losses in IT and energy outweighed bank gains, with investors seemingly looking past the U.S. Federal Reserve’s comments suggesting a continued hawkish stance.

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Dear Trader… Weak trade continued over the Dalal Street in today session, with both Sensex and Nifty close in red, impacted by negative cues from other Asian markets. Traders got cautious, after an IMF official said that the Asia Pacific region is facing three main risks, including due to global

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