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Stock Market Updates For 25th Aug 2011

Despite the trend in international markets increasingly are seeing a decline in the markets. The expiry date in the domestic markets due to heavy selling pressure and weakness in metal stocks have seen. Among metal stocks, consumer durables, IT, technology, banking and realty stocks are beating the issue. In the business market, the Jindal Steel, Tata Steel and metals stocks like Hindalco declined by 1.5-3 per cent. Also Jaiprakash Associates has lost 2.5 percent. ICICI Bank, HDFC and SBI 1.5 per cent from 0.7 per cent, there is weakness. Hero Motokorp, Coal India, Infosys, Bharti Airtel, Larsen & Toubro, Reliance Industries, NTPC, M & M, BHEL, Wipro, TCS, Sterlite Industries and Cipla is looking to sell stocks. However, Sun Pharma has 2.5 per cent. Besides, ONGC, Tata Motors and Bajaj Auto is looking at the 1.5 per cent. Tata Power also has been doing business with 1 per cent faster. DLF, Maruti, ITC and HUL is looking in the shop. The BSE 30-share Sensex down 72 points, is trading at 16 213. The 50-share benchmark index of the NSE Nifty is trading at 26.35 points to 4862.55 after falling apart.

Market opening
Positive global cues on the Indian stock market opened flat on Thursday.BSE HC group, realty, CG class 0.51 to 0.68 per cent have been strengthened. Sensex up 29 points at 9:15 am at 16 314, while the Nifty was trading at 4893 up 4 points. Asian markets are positive signs today. The last hour of the sharp edge off the U.S. market were able to consolidate. Although the Federal Reserve Ben Bernanke in Jackson Hole meeting before the statement was seen in the market profit.

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