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MARKETS ON MONDAY: Nifty ends above 10,700, Sensex up 293 pts; metals gain

Markets gained ground on Monday, tracking Asian peers, after tepid US jobs data on Friday

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SI Reporter  |  New Delhi 

Markets gained ground on Monday, tracking Asian peers, after tepid US jobs data on Friday eased fears of faster rate hikes by the US Federal Reserve (US Federal Reserve). The S&P BSE Sensex ended at 35,208, up 293 points while the broader Nifty50 index settled at 10,715, up 97 points. The US jobs report for April showed unemployment dropping to a 17-1/2 year low of 3.9 per cent but wages barely improved, suggesting the US Fed would keep raising rates but at a gradual pace. However, analysts said crude oil prices and the rupee would be the other key factors affecting markets ...

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MARKETS ON MONDAY: Nifty ends above 10,700, Sensex up 293 pts; metals gain

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MARKETS ON MONDAY: Nifty ends above 10,700, Sensex up 293 pts; metals gain

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MARKETS ON MONDAY: Nifty ends above 10,700, Sensex up 293 pts; metals gain

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MARKETS ON MONDAY: Nifty ends above 10,700, Sensex up 293 pts; metals gain

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