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Indian equity benchmarks extended fall for a third straight session on Thursday, with broad-based declines, after the Reserve Bank of India’s latest monetary policy minutes revealed strong concerns about inflation, while fears of a COVID resurgence weighed on sentiment.

Dear Trader… Indian equity benchmarks extended their losses in today session, despite positive cues from other Asian markets. Traders were cautious, as in a tightening cycle, a premature pause in monetary policy action would be a costly policy error, Reserve Bank Governor Shaktikanta Das opined while voting along with five

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