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Indian equity benchmarks ended lower on Friday to post their biggest weekly decline in more than two years, drubbed by worries that rapid increases in interest rates to tame stubborn inflation could derail economic growth.

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Dear Trader… Indian equity bourses extended their fall for the sixth straight session on Friday, largely taking cues from the global markets, in absence of any major domestic event. After the tepid start, the benchmarks continued trade with volatility till the end amid unabated foreign fund outflows, and rising crude oil prices. As per exchange data, foreign institutional investors (FIIs) remained net sellers in the capital market, as they sold

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