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MUMBAI (Reuters) - The BSE Sensex fell on Tuesday as blue chips such as HDFC Bank declined on anxiety over potential foreign outflows should the U.S. Federal Reserve signal winding down of its bond-buying programme later this week.Banks were among the decliners given that an end to U.S. monetary stimulus could push the rupee lower, delaying any rate cuts from the Reserve Bank of India.Foreign ...
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