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Indian equity benchmarks fell and the rupee hit an all-time low on Monday, weighed down by global economic growth worries due to tightening of lockdown in Shanghai and fears inflation could increase aggressive policy tightening from central banks.

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Dear Trader…                          Indian equity benchmarks ended lower by over half percent on Monday following the downtrend in global equities. Markets opened in the negative territory and stayed in red for whole day, as traders were concerned with a private report that foreign funds’ ownership in domestic equities fell to pre-COVID lows and hit a multi-year low of 19.5 per cent in March this year in NSE500 companies valued at $619

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