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NSE Nifty also shed 33.55 points, or 0.32 per cent, to 10,594.95.
The Indian equity markets traded in the red as broadly negative global cues, coupled with caution ahead of GST implementation and heavy selling pressure in automobile subdued investor sentiments.
Indian shares fell on Friday, with the NSE index hitting a one-week low, as investors booked profits in financials such as State Bank of India and auto makers such as Maruti Suzuki India Ltd.
The BSE Sensex ended flat after earlier rising as much as 0.8 percent to a record high as IT firms reversed earlier gains, while energy firms fell on sliding oil prices.
The rate-hike is expected to lead foreign portfolio investors away from emerging market such as India and also dent business margins as access to capital from the US will become expensive.
Indian shares fell on Thursday as investors booked profits in recent outperformers.
Brokers said resumption of buying by investors coupled with continued inflow of foreign funds and a firm trend in other Asian bourses, helped indices to trade in positive terrain.
The Sensex moved in a narrow band and closed at 29,518.74, down 0.44 per cent.
Indian shares were headed for their first drop in three sessions on Monday, as software services exporters remained under pressure on worries about a stronger rupee.
The 30-scrip Sensitive Index (Sensex), was trading 77.77 points or 0.26 per cent lower soon after opening.
Consumer goods stocks are rallying after the Goods and Services Tax council cleared all pending draft bills.
Nifty 50 rose as much as 0.7 percent to a record high on Friday as shares of consumer goods rallied after the country's GST council cleared all draft bills.
Sentiment was up on strong inflow of foreign capital in the Indian bourses and hopes that the government will accelerate its reform agenda.
The Federal Reserve hiked the benchmark interest rate by a quarter percentage point, but gave a more dovish outlook for future hikes.
The Federal Reserve, as expected, raised the benchmark interest rate by a quarter percentage point, but gave a more dovish outlook for future hikes.