Indian stock markets seen a good pull back following 4-day losses

The Indian stock markets seen a good pull back following 4-day losses. Trader sentiment got increased following ECB determined to provide its banks extra longer-term liquidity as well as restart its covered bond acquisitions. Good information from Europe and short_covering in the frontline shares assisted the markets to end the trade on a good note.

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