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Indian equity benchmarks shed gains from earlier in the session to end lower as rate-sensitive bank and realty stocks declined, with concerns over inflation and global economic growth denting investor sentiment.

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Dear Trader…                          Domestic equity witness high volatility amid mixed global cues. Nifty opened positive but moved between gains and losses throughout the day. The index ended the session with minor loss of 19 points at 16,240 levels. Broader market too ended in red with loss of ~0.3%. Among sectors, except FMCG and Pharma, all other indices ended with negative bias. Realty and PSU bank were top laggards down more than

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