The JSW was weaker on Tuesday morning, with global peers mixed, as local focus turned to the release of the third-quarter GDP data on Tuesday.

GDP is likely to have slowed in the three months ended September compared with the March-June quarter, despite the relative stability in the electricity supply...

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