Sensex ends little changed in choppy trade

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.



Tata Consultancy offerings declined 2.8percent after the software offerings exporter’s fourth-zone margins got here in underneath expectations.

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