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Axis Bank  661.25    (4.08%)
 
Bajaj Auto  3599.50    (1.63%)
 
Bajaj Finance  4727.40    (4.75%)
 
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Bharti Airtel  536.00    (2.61%)
 
Dr Reddy's Lab...  4780.60    (-4.18%)
 
H D F C  2512.25    (3.78%)
 
HCL Technologi...  981.85    (-2.70%)
 
HDFC Bank  1400.30    (2.47%)
 
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Infosys  1398.60    (-1.91%)
 
ITC  208.70    (1.63%)
 
Kotak Mah. Ban...  1775.85    (1.93%)
 
Larsen & Toubr...  1373.50    (2.11%)
 
M & M  811.65    (8.02%)
 
Maruti Suzuki  6818.45    (4.60%)
 
Nestle India  17162.15    (-1.91%)
 
NTPC  100.45    (1.52%)
 
O N G C  102.05    (4.08%)
 
Power Grid Cor...  208.90    (3.88%)
 
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St Bk of India  340.95    (3.70%)
 
Sun Pharma.Ind...  627.40    (1.33%)
 
TCS  3105.00    (-4.21%)
 
Tech Mahindra  1001.30    (-3.54%)
 
Titan Company  1530.65    (1.48%)
 
UltraTech Cem.  6604.80    (1.53%)
 
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Hong Kong Stocks fall from a two-week high
(17:38, 07 Apr 2021)
Hong Kong stock market finished session lower after a three-day trading pause on Wednesday, 07 April 2021, as investors opted to secure profits after the benchmark index closed a two-week high last week.

At closing bell, the benchmark Hang Seng Index declined 0.91%, or 263.94 points, to 28,674.80. The index jumped 2.1% last week to the highest level since March 19. The Hang Seng China Enterprises Index fell 1.31%, or 146.83 points, to 11,070.58. Hong Kong's market was shut for three trading days from Friday till Tuesday for Easter and Chinese tomb-sweeping day.

Shares of technology companies were lower amid softer corporate earnings outlook, with Tencent Holdings sliding 3.7% to HK$629.50. Alibaba Health fell 3.2% to HK$22.40. JD.com declined 3.5% to HK$324.40 after its subsidiary JD Digits withdrew its application for a stock on Shanghai's Star market.

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