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Here are the top 10 things you should know before the opening bell

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The market ended largely in gains on Thursday with IT stocks taking the lead.The BSE Sensex ended at 34,000 levels at 34,101 points, and the NSE Nifty ended at 10,400 levels at 10,458 points.

Here are the top 10 things you should know before the opening bell
The market ended largely in gains on Thursday with IT stocks taking the lead.
Here are the top 10 things you should know before the opening bell
Singapore's SGX Nifty index indicates a positive opening for Indian market.
Asian markets are trading higher as trade tensions ease. Korea's Kospi is gaining more than 0.50% and Japan's Nikkei is gaining over a percent.
US  markets ended higher with its benchmark index Dow Jones surging nearly 300 points as the Syria concerns ease.
The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) said it is yet to receive information from Punjab National Bank on the nearly Rs 13,000 crore scam involving Nirav Modi.
Oil prices edged off highs last reached in late 2014, pressured by a stronger dollar, but crude futures still drew support from mounting political tension in the Middle East and shrinking global oil inventories.
Cryptocurrency prices jumped on Thursday, led by a surge in bitcoin to two-week highs, with people active in the market citing a squeeze on traders who have bet against prices, given a lack of obvious news to trigger the gains.
New applications for US unemployment benefits fell last week, pointing to sustained labour market strength despite a sharp slowdown in job growth in March.
The Consumer Price Index (CPI) inflation rate for March fell to 4.28%, in line with the estimates from the CNBC-TV18 poll. According to the poll, CPI rates were expected to fall further to about 4.2% in the month of March 2018 from 4.4% in February 2018, on a month-over-month basis.
Indian software major HCL Technologies on Thursday said it was buying 80% equity stake of Actian Corporation, a US-based analytics firm, in an all-cash deal.
The Department of Telecom has asked Vodafone and  Idea to clear its dues of Rs 19,000 crore before the merger, according to reports.
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