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Key benchmark indices hit record high with the BSE Sensex conquering the psychologically significant 32,000-level as a drop in June retail inflation data sparked hopes of a rate cut by the RBI. Global stock markets also provided some tailwind after US Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen, in a House testimony, signalled that the approach to higher rates will be steady, prompting investors to buy more in risky emerging markets.

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Indian market started trading for the truncated week on a negative note and thereafter, it traded cautiously with high volatility ahead of the GST rollout. Nifty ended the week on a negative note for the third consecutive week to shut shop in red by 0.56% on a weekly closing basis.

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The Sensex and the Nifty began the truncated week on a negative note and remained volatile during the expiry of the June derivative contracts. Last week, the Sensex fell 216.60 points or 0.70% to settle at 30,921.61.

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Detailed analysis and Comparative study of various types of brokerage firms and trading accounts available in India:- Basically, we have the following three categories of brokerage firms currently available:-1. Banking Firms, 2. NBFC Brokerage Firms,3. Discounted Brokerage Firms. Like ICICIDirect, AxisDirect, SBI, HDFC etc. These are the most reliable as they are directly owned by large banks and hence can be trusted.Main benefit is if you have your bank account also in the same bank, the money transfer is quite seamless and easy.

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Key benchmark indices almost ended on a flat note last week. RBI monetary policy review and general elections in UK were among the important events that kept investors guessing about the direction of market during the week.The Sensex fell 11.23 points or 0.03% to settle at 31,262.06.

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Domestic stocks logged strong gains last week led by steady buying in index heavyweights ITC, ICICI Bank and Infosys. The S&P BSE Sensex, scaled record high above the psychological 31,000 mark.

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The markets have touched an all-time high. The path for this was set in the past three months due to a sequence of events. First was the abeyance of the CBDT circular that soothed the nerves of the FIIs, followed by a prudent Budget presented by the government.

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After three weeks of sideways movement, Nifty ended the week with gains of over 2 per cent and closed above its important psychological mark of 9300 for the first time ever on the monthly basis. During the week gone by market started the week on positive note on Monday after the market’s favoured candidate won through the first round of the French election, sparking a mass unwinding of safe haven trades.

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