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WEEKLY EQUITY REPORT-17 Nov To 22 Nov 2014

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INDIAN BENCHMARKS ended at a record closing high on Friday as foreign investors continued to pile into domestically oriented blue-chips such as Asian Paints Ltd amid a slide in crude oil prices and data showing easing wholesale inflation. Data on Friday showed the wholesale price index rose an annual 1.77 percent last month; it’s slowest since September 2009, while data on Wednesday showed consumer prices rose at the slowest rate on record. India will also benefit from Brent sliding below $77 per barrel to its four-year low, as it imports more than two-thirds of its fuel requirements.

The INDIAN BENCHMARKS SENSEX ended 0.38 percent higher at 28046.66 and the 50-share NIFTY ended 0.38 percent up at 8389.90.

ASIAN STOCKS Nikkei has retreated from the seven-year high mark as investors turned cautious ahead of the release of GDP data and is currently trading flat with a negative bias.

U.S. STOCKS posted a fourth straight week of increases but ended little changed as losses in healthcare shares offset gains in energy.

EUROPEAN STOCKS fell back and U.S. stocks looked set to open flat after a mixed bag of euro zone growth numbers that showed France and Germany growing marginally but others like Italy still firmly in recession.

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