Indian shares end up at 19-month high on reform optimism

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* BSE ends 1.75 pct up; NSE closes 1.7 pct higher * Govt agrees to vote on supermarket reform * Goldman Sachs upgrades Indian stocks By Manoj Dharra MUMBAI, Nov 29 (Reuters) - Indian shares surged on Thursday to close at their highest in 19 months after the government agreed to a vote in parliament on allowing foreign entry in multi-brand retail, raising hopes that key reforms will pass through. Shares were further boosted after Goldman Sachs upgraded Indian stocks to ...

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