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Meanwhile, domestic bourses continued their downtrend


for the second-straight day on broad-based selling spree along with massive unwinding in technology shares impacted by Trump’s immigration policies even as sentiment remained dampened following lower growth projections by the economic survey.

The benchmark Sensex tumbled over 193 points to end at 27,655.96, while Nifty crumbled 71.45 points to 8,561.30.

In the forward market, premium for dollar showed a steady to firm trend owing to lack of market moving factors.

The benchmark six-month premium for June was quoted steady at 133-135 paise, while the far-forward December 2017 contract edged higher to 276-278 paise from 275.5-277.5 paise.

Crude prices prices traded little changed as rising US output largely weighed on trade.

(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)