Stock market indices hit new all-time high closing

Mumbai, July 9 (UNI) Led by gains in auto and FMCG stocks, India’s benchmark indices rebounded and hit their fresh all-time high closing levels with the BSE Sensex rising over 391 points on Tuesday to close at 80,351.64.

The National Stock Exchange (NSE) Nifty gained 112.65 points to close at 24,433.20.

The BSE Sensex opened 147 points up from previous close. It spiked 437 points at 80,397.17 during the intra-day and fresh all-time high before settling at 80,351.64, surging 391.26 points from its last close.

The stocks that lifted the market were Auto by 2.17 percent, Realty by 1.23 percent, and Consumer Discretionary Goods and Services by 1.21 percent.

The Nifty registered days high and low at 24,443.60 and 23,331.90 points, respectively.

In 30-scrip index, 18 advanced while 12 declined. The mid cap moved up 0.36 percent and the small cap by 0.22 percent.

The gainers were Maruti Suzuki by 6.60 per cent to Rs 12820.20, M&M by 2.51 percent to Rs 2921.50, ITC by 2.09 percent to Rs 452.75, Sun Pharma by 1.97 percent to Rs 1586.30, and Titan by 1.96 percent to Rs 3215.55.

The losers were Reliance Industries by 0.69 percent to Rs 3180.15, Kotak Bank by 0.61 percent to Rs 1840.70, Bajaj Finance by 0.44 percent to Rs 7065.80, and JSW Steel by 0.39 percent to Rs 935.

In the Asian market, Strait Times were up by 0.63 percent, Taiwan weighted by 0.09 percent, and Kospi by 0.34 percent.

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