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Markets are in red.

Markets have opened in the negative zone, following cues from global markets. The Sensex is down 63 points at 18,140. Nifty is down 27 points at 5,504.

Most of the sectoral indices have also dropped into red with realty, auto and metal shares leading the fall. BSE consumer durables has slipped 1% to 6,380. OIl & gas, auto and realty indices are down half a per cent each. Meanwhile, the power index has added 2% to 2,311.

Coal India has slipped 3% to Rs 329. Sun Pharma, Hindalco and Sterlite have shed 2-3% each. Reliance Industries has slipped 1.7% to Rs 822 on continued fears of a dip in production from the KG-D6 basin.

Tata Motors has slipped 1.5% to Rs 282 after its 7% rally on Wednesday. DLF, Mahindra & Mahindra and TCS are also down in trades.

Meanwhile, BHEL has gained 3% to Rs 627, followed by BHEL, Cipla, Tata POwer and NTPC.



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