On September 17, the benchmark indices ended lower after scaling record highs as investors booked profits at higher levels. After moving in a range of 866 points during the day, Sensex closed 125.27 points lower at 59,015 and Nifty slipped 44.35 points to 17,585.
Even legacy private companies are jumping in. With the stock markets climbing new highs practically every day, the secondary market is also being energetically tapped. Is this a sustainable boom, or is a bubble getting created that is waiting for the right trigger to burst?
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