Indian shares closed little changed on Wednesday after hitting their highest level more than 3 months earlier inside the session, as Tata Consultancy Services (TCS.NS) fell on weaker-than-predicted margins, whilst Asian equities slipped following a drop in oil charges. The Nifty (.NSEI) ended flat at 7,914.75, after earlier growing as a whole lot as 0.5 percentage to its maximum degree given that Jan. 1. The Sensex (.BSESN) received 0.11 percentage to close at 25,844.18.
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Tata Consultancy offerings declined 2.8percent after the software offerings exporter’s fourth-zone margins got here in underneath expectations.