The market breadth remained positive as about 1323 shares advanced against 909 declining shares on Bombay Stock Exchange.
Oil prices fell as the chances of Middle East producers agreeing to curb overproduction appeared to fade, while U.S. output remains stubbornly high. Front month US West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude futures were trading at USD 36.30 per barrel, down 1.3 percent or 49 cents from their last settlement. International Brent futures were down 4 percent or 1.63 cents at USD 38.70 a barrel.
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