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Indian equity benchmarks extended their record runs on Thursday, as a surge in bank stocks boosted the broader index, while debt-laden Vodafone Idea soared after the federal government announced a support package for telecom companies.

Dear Trader… Indian equity benchmarks closed at record closing highs for the third consecutive session on Thursday aided by gains in banking, energy and PSU stocks. Besides, a firm global market mood and recently introduced reforms for the telecom and auto sector pushed the indices to fresh peaks. Markets made positive opening, as sentiments got boost with report that the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) has pegged

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