(Updates to close) BOMBAY, May 25 (Reuters) - Indian shares ended down on Tuesday after a two-day rise, as investors sold blue-chip auto stocks such as Maruti Udyog and Tata Motors amid a rising oil price. The 30-issue Bombay share index closed 0.41 percent lower at 5,102.22 points, after rising about four percent in the two days to Monday. The index fell as much as three percent in early trade, in line with weakening Asian markets, as high oil prices raised fears about the health of ...
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