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The brokerage said the options data suggests that the Nifty has strong support around 17,000 and then 16,800, which can act as a stop-loss for those initiating long positions

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Markets turn range-bound
 
The benchmark Nifty is expected to remain range-bound but can whipsaw on account of the expiry of March series derivatives contracts and the financial year-end churn. “Volatility may pick up again because of rollover activity and quarter-ending fund rebalancing. But with Nifty futures open interest declining towards 10 million shares once again, declines seem to be limited,” said ICICI Direct in a note. The brokerage said the options data suggests that the Nifty has strong support around 17,000 and then 16,800, which can act as a stop-loss for those initiating long positions. The Nifty on Friday ended

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First Published: Mar 27 2022 | 9:52 PM IST

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