Sensex eases from record highs | Reuters

Indian shares ended lower on Thursday, having hit record highs in the previous session, as investors took a breather and booked profits in recent outperformers such as ITC Ltd, while Axis Bank fell on a drop in quarterly profit. The broader Nifty closed down 0.1 percent at 9,342.15, while the benchmark Sensex ended 0.34 percent lower at 30,029.74.

Reuters April 27, 2017 21:51:38 IST
Sensex eases from record highs
| Reuters

Sensex eases from record highs
 Reuters

Indian shares ended lower on Thursday, having hit record highs in the previous session, as investors took a breather and booked profits in recent outperformers such as ITC Ltd, while Axis Bank fell on a drop in quarterly profit.

The broader Nifty closed down 0.1 percent at 9,342.15, while the benchmark Sensex ended 0.34 percent lower at 30,029.74.

(Reporting By Darshana Sankararaman in Bengaluru; Editing by Amrutha Gayathri)

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