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Indian benchmark indices close lower on Friday

Indian benchmark indices close lower on Fridayā€¯

Getting off the ground on a strong footing, the 30-share index rose further by 210.68 points, or 0.67 per cent, to hit a new peak of 31,494.32, breaking its previous life-time high (intra-day) of 31,430.32 reached on June 6.

Markets will be closed on Monday for a public holiday.

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The Indian Rupee opened flat on Thursday at 64.53 against its Wednesday's close of 64.52. Nifty broke below the 9,600-mark. Shares of State Bank of India fell as much as 2.1 percent after gaining in the last five sessions. Nifty also closed in on 9,700 in Thursday's afternoon trade after which the erosion started which continued till Friday. Sectoral indices such as realty, healthcare, IT and power ruled higher, rising by up to 1.09 per cent.

The broader NSE Nifty moved between 9,647.65 and 9,565.30, before ending 55.05 points, or 0.57 per cent down at 9,574.95.

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Sector-wise, all 19 of the S&P BSE indices declined, led by interest rate sensitive stocks like automobile by 369.22 points, the bank index by 198 points, and the capital goods index by 182 points. The S&P500 index inched 1.42 points lower to 2,435.61.

Fortis Healthcare Ltd slumped as much as 15 percent to 168.25 rupees, its lowest in more than six months, after Malaysia's Integrated Healthcare Holdings said it was not engaged in any negotiations in India now.

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