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Sensex at 20-month high, gains 154 points on US fiscal cliff deal

Sensex at 20-month high, gains 154 points on US fiscal cliff deal

Mumbai: The mad cow disease benchmark Sensex on Tuesday complete 154 points higher within the 1st session of 2013 crystal rectifier by rally in belongings and metal stocks on increased shopping for activity when the North American country averted the looming financial formation.

The 30-stock index rose 154.10 points, or 0.79 percent, to 19,580.81. The index touched associate intra-day high of nineteen,623.76, a highest level since Apr 2011 on the rear of sturdy gains in heavyweights.

The broad-based National stock market index bully, that swung between five,963.90 and 5,935.20, settled with a gain of forty five.75 points, or 0.77 percent, at 5,950.85.

Most of the Asian markets remained closed for a public vacation and failed to supply any firm cues to investors, however a lower openings in Europe, capped the gains on the domestic bourses. though volume remained skinny as foreign funds remained off the market.

Brokers aforementioned sentiments turned optimistic, notably in belongings metal and banking sector stocks, when North American country lawmakers reached associate agreement to avoid financial formation of wide-reaching tax hikes and deep defrayal cuts within the world’s biggest economy.

“Retail investors accumulated stocks of metal and interest-sensitive money sector stocks”, aforementioned Manoj Choraria, a Delhi-based stock broker.

Besides, expectations of a rate cut by the Federal Reserve Bank of Bharat later this month, triggered shopping for activity, they said.

Of the thirty scrips within the mad cow disease Sensex, twenty seven gained and 3 declined.

The mad cow disease belongings sector index gained the foremost by rising two.74 % to two,168.74 points with stocks of Oberoi belongings gaining five.10 % to Rs 305, DLF Ltd by two.06 % to Rs 235.25, Unitech Ltd by three.71 % to Rs thirty four.90, status Estate by three.88 % to Rs 186.10 and HDIL by three.10 % to Rs 114.90.

The mad cow disease metal remained runner-up entertainer among sectoral indices, by rising two.13 % to eleven,306.57 points as Hindalco gained two.72 % to Rs 134.15, Sterlite Industries by one.89 % to Rs 118.85 and Tata Steel by two.33 % to Rs 438.30.

 

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