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KOLKATA: THE Calcutta Stock Exchange on Friday saw the DSQ Software stock, which has continuously been falling following suspension of its trading at NSE, move up on a favourable court order.

The CSE-50, which had touched a low of 111.62 in the early part of the day's trading session, bounced back to close at 118.31 points against the previous close of 118.65. The total turnover of the exchange stood at Rs 68.61 crore, in which contribution o f the DSQ Software counter was Rs 11.11 crore. Among other notable gainers were the scrips of DSQ Biotech, Global Tele, Pentamedia Graphics and HFCL. The stocks of Infosys, ITC and Tata Engg were among the losers. -- Our Bureau

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