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S&P 500 on track to end at record; BoJ move adds fuel to rally
Sensex, Nifty at all-time highs on reforms hope

Sensex, Nifty at all-time highs on reforms hope

The Sensex closed 1.9%, or 519.50 points, higher at 27,865.83, while the Nifty ended 1.87%, or 153 points, up at 8,322.20
Rupee closes 8 paise stronger against dollar at 61.37

Rupee closes 8 paise stronger against dollar at 61.37

The partially convertible rupee opened at 61.38 per dollar compared with its previous close of 61.45
Brent crude oil falls to $85 on strong dollar, oversupply

Brent crude oil falls to $85 on strong dollar, oversupply

Brent for Dec was down $1.20 at $85.03 a barrel
Ashoka Buildcon to raise Rs150 crore to refinance debt

Ashoka Buildcon to raise Rs150 crore to refinance debt

The firm will issue 1,500 debentures with face value of Rs10 lakh at a coupon rate of 10.31% per annum
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