New Delhi: Benchmark indices extended their record-breaking rally into the fifth straight session on Wednesday as Sensex and Nifty50 soared to fresh record highs, a day before the weekly F&O expiry. Gains across most sectors -- led by automobile, metal and consumer durable stocks -- pushed the market higher.
dafabat,Sensex ended 452.74 points or 0.75% higher at 60,737.05, and the Nifty settled 169.80 points or 0.94% higher at 18,161.80. Among sectors, auto index added 3.5 percent, while energy, infra, IT, metal, power and capital goods indices up 1 percent each. Broader markets also rose with the midcap index up 1.3 percent in afternoon deals. With today's rally, m-cap of all the BSE listed firms hit an all-time high of Rs 270.85 lakh crore.
Earlier in the day, the BSE Sensex surged around 535 points to 60,819, and the Nifty was up 194 points at 18,185. The BSE 30-pack index had hit a new high of 60,835, while the NSE 50-pack index had reached a peak of 18,197 in intraday deals.,kajol vip 2
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Tata Motors, M&M, Tata Consumer Products, Power Grid Corp and ITC were among the major gainers on the Nifty. Maruti Suzuki, ONGC, Coal India, SBI Life Insurance and HUL were among the laggards.,tanzkurs zug
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22bet company,Sectorally, all but the Nifty Realty index ended the session in the green led by the Nifty Auto index (up 3.4 per cent). Individually, Tata Motors surged 21 per cent, Ashok Leyland (5.5 per cent), M&M (5.2 per cent) and Bharat Forge (1.3 per cent). The Nifty Bank index, too, hit a fresh record high of 38,779 earlier today. It closed at 38,636, up 0.3 per cent.
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777 slots online free,Rupee rose 15 paise to close at 75.37 (provisional) against US dollar. At the interbank foreign exchange, the local unit opened strong at 75.29 against the US greenback on Wednesday.
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bollysports casino cafe,Asian markets were mixed Wednesday as investors awaited key US inflation data that could play a major role in the Federal Reserve's plans to tighten monetary policy, while concerns over a global energy crunch also jangled nerves. Tokyo, Sydney, Manila and Taipei edged down, though there were gains in Seoul, Singapore, Jakarta and Wellington. Hong Kong was closed because of a typhoon in the city.
Shanghai rose after better-than-forecast export data and ahead of Thursday's release of China's inflation readings, with prices in the world's number two economy also sharply higher. London, Paris and Frankfurt fell soon after opening.,forza football app