Quick view: Sensex down 51 points, IT & bank stocks drag

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SummaryThe benchmark Sensex fell for the first time in three days on Monday

The benchmark Sensex fell for the first time in three days on Monday, slipping 51 points amid profit booking and caution after the Reserve Bank of India said any political instability after next year's general election would further hurt the economy. Realty, IT and bank stocks led eight of the 12 BSE sectoral indices lower. Infosys and ICICI Bank were the biggest drag on the index. Bajaj Auto and Mahindra & Mahindra were among the major Sensex losers.

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Yuan hits record high on strong central bank fixing

China's yuan hit a record high on Monday, as traders say authorities are guiding the yuan stronger in the final days of the year to achieve a pre-determined yearly appreciation target. Spot yuan changed hands at 6.0641 per dollar at midday, 0.07% stronger than Friday's close, after touching an all-time high of 6.0637 earlier in the morning.

Manappuram Finance issues R100-cr NCDs

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NHB’s tax-free bonds fully subscribed on day 1

National Housing Bank’s (NHB) public issue of tax-free bonds was fully subscribed on its opening day on Monday. NHB’s issue managed to raise R4,366 crore against the green shoe option of R2100 crore via its public issue of tax-free bonds, said Ajay Manglunia, senior vice-president at Edelweiss Capital.

RBI extends deadline for CPI-linked bonds

RBI on Monday extended the deadline for the issuance of the consumer price index (CPI) linked bonds to March 31 from the earlier December 31. The rate on these bonds would be linked to the CPI. The interest rate would comprise two parts — a fixed rate of 1.5% per annum and inflation rate based on CPI with a lag of three months.

Sebi slaps R20-lakh fine on Angel Broking

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