Sensex closes 578 points higher amid rebound in global equities

PTI | | Updated on: Sep 20, 2022
BSE Sensex climbed nearly 1 per cent on Tuesday on fresh buying by FIIs  - PTI Photo

BSE Sensex climbed nearly 1 per cent on Tuesday on fresh buying by FIIs - PTI Photo | Photo Credit: cueapi

Pharma, Healthcare and Consumer durables indices rose more than 2 per cent

The Indian stock market's key indices rallied by around one per cent on Tuesday led by broad-based gains amid a rebound in the global equities.

The 30 stock S&P BSE Sensex closed 578.51 points or 0.98 per cent higher at 59,719.74 points against its previous day's close at 59,141.23 points.

Earlier, the Sensex started the day sharply higher at 59,556.91 points and soared past 60,000 points mark. The Sensex touched a high of 60,105.79 points in the intra-day.The Sensex rallied for the second consecutive day.

The broader Nifty 50 of the National Stock Exchange jumped 194 points or 1.1 per cent to 17,816.25 points against its previous day's close at 17,622.25 points. The Nifty surged to a high of 17,919.30 points in the intra-day.

Pharma stocks witnessed a strong rally today. Sun Pharma surged 4.22 per cent to ₹911.45. Dr Reddy's Laboratories jumped 3.31 per cent to ₹4,234.60. IndusInd Bank surged 3.12 per cent to ₹1,264.20. Tata Steel jumped 2.62 per cent to ₹105.85. Titan soared 2.10 per cent to ₹2,675.85.

Bajaj Finserv, ICICI Bank, Asian Paints, HCL Technologies, Axis Bank, HDFC and Tech Mahindra were among the major Sensex gainers. There was across-the-board buying support.

Only four of the 30 scrips that are part of the benchmark Sensex closed in the red. Nestle India slipped 0.64 per cent to ₹18,645.55. Power Grid Corporation, Infosys and Reliance Industries Limited were the other Sensex losers. Ambuja Cements rallied sharply for the second consecutive day after Adani Group, which completed the acquisition of the firm last week, announced ₹20,000 crore fund infusion plan. Ambuja Cements jumped 1.62 per cent to ₹574.10.

Published on September 20, 2022
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