MARKET EYE-Indian shares down; banks fall

Fri Nov 23, 2012 2:31pm IST

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* The BSE index down 0.49 percent and the NSE index
 also falls 0.46 percent, after the Lok Sabha was
adjourned on the second day of the winter session of parliament,
raising questions about proposed legislation and as caution
prevails ahead of an all-party meeting on Monday.
* Bank shares were leading the fall: HDFC Bank falls
1.4 percent, ICICI Bank down 0.9 percent.
* Cigarette maker ITC Ltd falls 1.9 percent after
gaining 3 percent in the previous two sessions.    
* Ranbaxy Laboratories Ltd shares fall 3.7 percent
after it recalled its cholesterol-lowering drug atorvastatin in
the United States, that largely drove the company's sales in the
first of half the year. 

 (manoj.dharra@thomsonreuters.com)
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