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Muhurat trading on Tuesday, Markets closed on Wednesday

Bond, markets closed for Diwali on Tuesday and Wednesday

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The and the will have muhurat trading sessions on Tuesday but will remain closed on Wednesday.

The and the ended flat on November 12 at 18,670 points and 5,683 points, respectively.

The bond and currency markets will be closed on Tuesday and Wednesday due to Diwali holidays.

The fell for the third straight session and closed at 54.88/89 to the due to poor IIP numbers on November 12, after breaching the 55 mark during the day.

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Muhurat trading on Tuesday, Markets closed on Wednesday

Bond, markets closed for Diwali on Tuesday and Wednesday

The BSE and the NSE will have muhurat trading sessions on Tuesday but will remain closed on Wednesday.

The and the will have muhurat trading sessions on Tuesday but will remain closed on Wednesday.

The and the ended flat on November 12 at 18,670 points and 5,683 points, respectively.

The bond and currency markets will be closed on Tuesday and Wednesday due to Diwali holidays.

The fell for the third straight session and closed at 54.88/89 to the due to poor IIP numbers on November 12, after breaching the 55 mark during the day.

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