WEEK AHEAD-India shares seen up, eyes on elections


BOMBAY, Nov 30 (Reuters) - Indian auto, cement and metal stocks are expected to lead a rally in one of Asia's top performing markets for a second week in a row, as traders bet on strong monthly trade. The top 30 Bombay share index , up 49 percent since the end of 2002, gained 4.3 percent last week to close at a three-week closing high of 5,044.82 points. The index is just 1.7 percent below the 2003 high of 5,135, reached earlier in November. Only key indices in Thailand, Karachi and ...

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