Indian shares snap two-session losing streak

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Indian shares snap two-session losing streak: Indian stocks closed higher on Wednesday, led by gains in export-focussed companies after the rupee fell to a near two-year low in early trades, while bullish brokerage calls also helped drugmakers such as Sun Pharmaceutical Industries.

The index ended 0.36 percent higher and the NSE index closed up 0.34 percent after two sessions of losses.

Copyright Reuters, 2015

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