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Renewed buying by foreign funds mainly in refinery, auto and metal counters amid firm global markets helped the Sensex to bounce by 215 points during the week under review.

 
 
The Bombay Stock Exchange and the National Stock Exchange are closed on Friday on account of 'Good Friday'.
The 30-share BSE benchmark shot up to over 19,470 as funds bought strong stocks, led by auto and IT sectors, amid forecast of normal monsoon and firm global cues.
 
 
Till 16:00 pm on Tuesday, the second day of the issue, the IPO was subscribed close to 0.35 times.
The record date for the entitlement of interim dividend is April 21. The scrip rose by 6.24 per cent to touch a month's high of Rs 1,945.25 on BSE.
The 30-share index Sensex had on Wednesday shot up 434.32 points to 19,696.86, snapping 5-day falling streak, as investors bought stocks at lower levels.
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