Mumbai: Benchmark B.S.E. Sensex Climbed over 200 points in early trade on Thursday to reach 27,000 points, extending its winning streak to a fifth straight day.
This came on the back of continued buying by participants amid a mixed trend in global markets after the US Fed kept its near-zero benchmark interest rate unchanged.
In addition, reinforcement of Rupee In early trade, it gained 25 paise to 63.87 against the dollar.
The 30-share index gained 200.65 points, or 0.75 percent, to trade above 27,000 levels at 27,033.31, with all sectoral indices led by healthcare, oil and gas, capital goods and consumer goods trading in positive gains. Used to be. 1.04 percent.
The gauge had scored 461.68 points in the last four seasons.
Also, the NSE Index The smell 8,100 points, an increase of 45,75 points or 0.57 percent, back to 8,137.30.
Brokers said there was a mixed trend in Asian markets, after the US Fed kept its zero-benchmark interest rate unchanged, tracking overnight gains in US markets, and chairman Janet Yellen of a systematic approach to rate hikes Promised, which affected perception here.
In addition, the general monsoon from above and a reduction in the country’s trade deficit worsened the mood, he said.
The major beneficiaries supporting the major indices were Cipla, RIL, ICICI Bank, Wipro and Axis Bank.
Among other Asian markets, Hong Kong’s Hang Seng was up 0.12 percent while Japan’s Nikkei fell 0.60 percent in early trading Thursday.
The US Dow Jones Industrial Average closed up 0.17 percent in Wednesday’s trade.
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