Nov 10 (Reuters) - Indian shares ended higher on Friday, as banks gained after State Bank of India SBI.NS said it swung to a second-quarter profit from a loss a year ago, while Larsen & Toubro Ltd LART.NS gained after its unit won orders.
However, gains were capped as concerns around oil prices dented refiners' stocks such as Reliance Industries Ltd RELI.NS , while Tata Motors Ltd TAMO.NS fell after it said its British unit faced intensifying competition.
The Nifty index ended 1.3 percent lower this week, while the BSE index lost 1.1 percent - both posting their first weekly fall in three as shares were hit by consolidation and concerns about rising crude prices.
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