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After a subdued start, key benchmark indices languished near the flat line in morning trade amid weak global cues. At 10:16 IST, the barometer index, the Sensex, fell 10.50 points or 0.03% at 34,422.57. The 50 index was down 7.50 points or 0.07% at 10,624.70.

Among secondary indices, the Mid-Cap index rose 0.4%. The Small-Cap index advanced 0.56%. Both these indices outperformed the

Overseas, Asian stocks edged lower after Wall Street slipped overnight on bond report. US stocks fell yesterday, 10 January 2018 as investors fretted over the possibility of halting its Treasury bond purchases and the US pulling out of North American Agreement (NAFTA).

Back home, the breadth, indicating the overall health of the market, was positive. On the BSE, 1,234 shares rose and 967 shares declined. A total of 92 shares were unchanged.

IT stocks nudged higher. (up 1.28%), (up 1.11%), (up 0.37%) and (up 0.12%) gained. (down 1.07%) edged lower.

TCS was down 0.39% at Rs 2,796.20. The company is scheduled to announce Q3 December 2017 results today, 11 January 2018.

advanced 0.93%. The company is scheduled to announce Q3 December 2017 earnings tomorrow, 12 January 2018.

stocks were mixed. (down 0.55%), (down 0.53%), (down 0.33%) and (down 0.26%) edged lower. (up 1.01%), (up 0.02%) and (up 0.02%) edged higher.

Maruti Suzuki was up 0.14% at Rs 9,397.40 after the company announced a price increase ranging from Rs 1,700 to Rs 17,000 (ex-showroom- Delhi) across models with effect from 10 January 2018, owing to increase in commodity and other administrative & distribution costs. The announcement was made after market hours yesterday, 10 January 2018.

Nippon Electricals jumped 9.77% to Rs 1,200 after the company scheduled a board meeting on 29 January 2018 to consider the proposal of sub-division of equity shares of the company.

On the macro front, according to the World Bank's Global Economic Prospects report released yesterday, 10 January 2018, is likely to reclaim its position from as the fastest growing major in 2018, with growth expected to accelerate to 7.3% in the year. The also revised India's growth estimate for 2017 to 6.7% from 7% projected in October, blaming short-term disruptions caused by the newly introduced goods and services tax (GST) and a softer-than-envisioned recovery in private investment. The report projected China's economic growth to slow to 6.4% in 2018 from 6.8% in 2017.

Meanwhile, the government is scheduled to announce industrial production data for November 2017 tomorrow, 12 January 2018. India's industrial production increased by 2.2% year-on-year in October, easing from an upwardly revised 4.1% gain in September.

The government will also announce tomorrow, 12 January 2018, inflation data based on consumer price index (CPI) for December 2017. Consumer prices increased 4.88% year-on-year in November, higher than 3.58% in October.

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First Published: Thu, January 11 2018. 10:15 IST