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European stock markets Thursday between positive signals from the upheaval of the last full session of the Indian market picked up in hours and ended with gains.  Reserve Bank credit policy announced yesterday will. Before the early hours today in the market was directionless. But hours later, realty, bank, IT, technology, auto class picked the stocks and market trends has become increasingly.  By Tata Motors, DLF, SBI, Sterlite Industries, Bharti Airtel, the leading companies in Labe.  Sensex up 166 points at 16 876, up 63 points while the Nifty closed at 5075. Intraday Tips

Stock Market at 1:30 pm 

  

Indian stock market upheaval of the situation.  Nifty, TCS, Infosys, SBI, GAIL, Tata Motors, DLF, Kotak Mahindra, Wipro, Cairn India shares edge.  ONGC, L & T, NTPC, Maruti Suzuki, ITC, Tata Steel, Acul, BHEL, Sun Pharma, ICICI Bank's shares have declined.  BSE Realty group in the group is stronger than two and a half per cent. IT stocks are too fast.  Reserve Bank credit policy announced yesterday will. Markets await the announcement. Then the market will take a direction.  Sensex up 51 points on 16 760, while the Nifty is trading at 5036 up 24 points. Intraday Tips

  

Stock Market Opening 

Positive Asian cues between the Indian stock markets open on edge on Thursday.  In BSE Realty, IT groups have been strengthened 1.20 percent to 1.14.  Sensex up 94 points at 9:17 am at 16 804, while the Nifty was trading 25 points up on 5037.  Asian markets are positive signs today. Meanwhile, U.S. stocks managed to close on the third day of gains. Speculation of Europe to solve the debt crisis returned to shopping in the U.S. markets. So the U.S. market closed up 1.25 to 1.6 per cent.  Intraday Tips

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