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    Stock market HIGHLIGHTS: Sensex settles over 700 pts with all sectors in green, Nifty ends near 17,700

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    Stock market HIGHLIGHTS: Sensex settles over 700 pts with all sectors in green, Nifty ends near 17,700

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    Stock market HIGHLIGHTS: Benchmark equity indices, BSE Sensex and NSE Nifty50, surged sharply higher on Friday despite a sombre start to the first day of the trade on the new financial year. The Sensex ended over 700 points higher, while the Nifty50 settled near the 17,700 mark. Catch all the highlights with CNBC-TV18's market blog

    Stock market HIGHLIGHTS: Sensex settles over 700 pts with all sectors in green, Nifty ends near 17,700
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      Stock market HIGHLIGHTS: Sensex settles over 700 pts with all sectors in green, Nifty ends near 17,700
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      Stock market HIGHLIGHTS: Sensex settles over 700 pts with all sectors in green, Nifty ends near 17,700
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      Stock market HIGHLIGHTS: Sensex settles over 700 pts with all sectors in green, Nifty ends near 17,700
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      Stock market HIGHLIGHTS: Sensex settles over 700 pts with all sectors in green, Nifty ends near 17,700
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    Stock market HIGHLIGHTS:
    Benchmark equity indices, BSE Sensex and NSE Nifty50, surged sharply higher on Friday despite a sombre start to the first day of the trade on the new financial year. The Sensex ended over 700 points higher, while the Nifty50 settled near the 17,700 mark.

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