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Indian equity benchmarks on Wednesday extended their slump for the fourth straight session amid volatility in global financial markets.

Dear Trader…                          Indian equity benchmarks extended their fall for the fourth straight session amid choppy trade on Wednesday, as participants waited IIP (Index of Industrial Production) and CPI (Consumer Price Inflation) data, due to be released tomorrow.  The indices started higher but soon gave up all of their respective gains, as traders turned worried as data released by the RBI showed that India’s outward foreign direct investment (OFDI) nearly halved

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