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Sensex snaps four-week winning streak; banks fall

The BSE Sensex provisionally fell 0.28 per cent, retreating for a third consecutive session after hitting its highest close since January 2011 on Tuesday.
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Mumbai:

The BSE Sensex fell on Friday to mark its first weekly fall in five as Hindustan Unilever slumped after its June-quarter sales missed forecast, while banks such as HDFC Bank fell on caution ahead of the central bank's policy review next week.

Hindustan Unilever provisionally fell 3.8 per cent, while HDFC Bank lost 1.2 per cent.

The BSE Sensex provisionally fell 0.28 per cent, retreating for a third consecutive session after hitting its highest close since January 2011 on Tuesday.



The Nifty lost 0.36 per cent.

Copyright: Thomson Reuters 2013



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