Sensex rallies for 5th day, hits a new record


MUMBAI: The sensex on Wednesday ticked larger to scale one more lifetime closing peak of 77,338, whereas the broader Nifty retreated from the record-high degree amid a lack of rapid triggers.
In a risky buying and selling session, the emergence of revenue reserving in client durables, capital items and vitality shares negated robust beneficial properties in banking and monetary shares.
Rallying for the fifth straight session, the sensex climbed 36 factors to settle at a new closing excessive of 77,338. During the day, it soared 550 factors or 0.7% to hit the contemporary lifetime peak of 77,852. The Nifty ended at 23,516, down 42 factors. Intraday, it rose 106 factors to hit a new record of 23,664.
“Strong buying in banking stocks helped sensex sail through in a highly volatile trading session, while Nifty ended weak as investors booked profit in auto, metals, oil & gas, telecom and realty shares after the recent upsurge. Ahead of the Budget, markets may see stock & sector-specific activities on hopes govt may increase the outlay for sectors to push growth,” Prashanth Tapse, senior VP (analysis) at Mehta Equities, stated.Among the sensex firms, Axis Bank, HDFC Bank, ICICI Bank, Kotak Mahindra Bank, IndusInd Bank, SBI, Infosys, Wipro, Tech Mahindra and HCL Technologies had been the gainers. businesses

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