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India's stock market resumes trade after outage

The view outside the Bombay Stock Exchange building in Mumbai, India.
Imtiyaz Shaikh | Anadolu Agency | Getty Images
The view outside the Bombay Stock Exchange building in Mumbai, India.

India's Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) said on Thursday trading had resumed across all of its markets after being disrupted for about three hours due to a network outage in the morning.

Earlier in the day, Reuters reported multiple dealers saying that share prices on the BSE were not updating.

India benchmark stock index traded flat after opening at 25,875 in the morning.

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