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Indian equity benchmarks ended lower on Tuesday as losses in finance and energy sectors wiped out gains from auto and tech stocks, with Reliance Industries and State Bank of India weighing on the blue-chip Nifty 50 index.

Dear Trader…  Indian equity benchmarks edged lower in a volatile session on Tuesday despite stable global cues. Weakness in heavyweights from the sectors like Energy, PSU, Oil & Gas and Banking dragged the benchmarks lower. Key indices started in the negative territory, as traders got anxious with Finance Secretary T

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