Sensex hits new peak of 32687.32; Nifty at 10242.45 pts

Nifty hits all-time high of 10191, Sensex gains 300 points as inflation holds

Both the key equity indices on Monday touched record highs soon after opening.

Mumbai: The BSE Sensex rose by 200.95 points to close at an all-time high of 32,633.64 as investor optimism climbed following encouraging comments from the International Monetary Fund chief.

The BSE Sensex after scaling an all-time high of 32,687.32 points at the outset, finally ended 200.95 points to end at a new peak of 32,633.64, breaching its previous record of 32,575.17 hit on August 1 and also broke its intra-day record of 32,686.48 reached on August 2.

It was a good start to the Diwali week on Monday as the market rallied sharply for third consecutive session and ended at fresh record closing high amid volatility.

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All the sectoral indices, led by metal and auto stocks were trading in positive zone.

Meanwhile, Reliance Industries climbed as much as 2.1 per cent to a record high ahead of its September-quarter results.

At the time of wholesale inflation came in the numbers.

Asian stocks held firm near a 10-year high on Friday thanks to expectations of brisk global growth, although investors held off chasing the shares higher ahead of U.S. and Chinese economic data as well as the Chinese Communist Party congress next week.

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Bharat Financial Inclusion gained 2 percent after the board of IndusInd Bank approved the merger between the bank and microfinance firm Bharat Financial Inclusion.

The US Dow Jones Industrial Average closed 0.13 per cent higher on Friday.

Major Sensex gainers on Friday were: Bharti Airtel, up 7.89 per cent at Rs 431.60; Tata Steel, up 2.86 per cent at Rs 710.60; Kotak Bank, up 2.20 per cent at Rs 1,081.70; HDFC Bank, up 2.09 per cent at Rs 1,853.45; and Coal India, up 2 per cent at Rs 288.05.

MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan gained for a fifth day running to its highest level since late 2007.

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