The 30-share BSE index rose 301.09 points or 0.91 percent to 33,250.30 on Friday and rallied more than 650 points in two straight sessions.
Mumbai: The BSE Sensex staged a rebound to gain 352 points on Thursday as investors bet on the government soon coming out with the details of its bank recapitalisation plan. Meanwhile, the Nifty was trading higher by 51.30 points or 0.50% at 10,218.00 with 46 components gaining. Participants sensed value-buying opportunities after the equities' recent lacklustre run, making stock valuations attractive, according to market participants.
Similarly, the broader NSE Nifty soared 122.60 points, or 1.22 per cent, to close at 10166.70 after hovering between 10061.90 and 10182.65.
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Market breadth was positive with 1,272 advances against 316 declines.
Domestic institutional investors (DIIs) were net buyers as they bought shares worth Rs 926.68 crore on Thursday while foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) offloaded equities amounting to Rs 1,075.62 crore, provisional data showed. Bharti Airtel, Tata Motors and Maruti were the top gainers on Sensex. The top losers included Asian Paints and Reliance Industries.
All the sectoral indices on the National Stock Exchange (NSE) traded in the green with the auto, media, metals and PSU banking indices gaining over 1%, during the day.
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Most Asian and European markets rallied as investors awaited major economic data from China and the U.S. amid overnight gains at Wall Street following reports that President Donald Trump is planning to unveil a big-spending public works plan. Japan's Nikkei advanced 1.45%, Hong Kong's Hang Seng went up 0.29%, while China's Shanghai Composite Index surrendered 0.67%. The small-cap and mid indices rose 1 per cent and 0.89 per cent.
In the Eurozone, key indices such as Paris CAC 40 and Frankfurt's DAX Performance Index were up by 0.32% and 0.55% in their early deals.
Snow And Ice Warning Issued
Transport networks face widespread disruption and power cuts are possible as a result of the extreme weather, the forecaster said. According to the Met Office warning, "icy surfaces are also likely to be an additional hazard, especially overnight" on Friday.