Indices dip for fifth session as Credit Suisse woes weigh on investor minds

The only relief for investors on Wednesday was a rise in retail sales in China while factory output was fractionally lower than projected

Sundar Sethuraman Business Standard Mumbai
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The benchmark indices declined for the fifth consecutive day after staying in the green for most part of Wednesday. The Sensex ended the session at 57,556 points, a decline of 344 points or 0.6 per ce

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First Published: Mar 15 2023 | 6:51 PM IST

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