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Nirmal Jain of IIFL, however, says that the upward movement is only temporary and one should continue remaining cautious.
Additionally, Jain says the measures taken by the market regulators to bring in some semblance of stability are only temporary and the government needs to take corrective policy decisions to boost the market sentiment.
The Sensex closed at 19439.48 while the NSE Nifty rose 47.45 points or 0.82 percent to finish at 5859. The midcap and smallcap too saw brisk buying, which gained 0.7 percent each.
The domestic currency gained 97 paise intraday to 59.65 per dollar after Indian regulators clamped down on open positions that banks and non banks can take in the currency futures market. However, the rupee could not sustain above 60 level today, which trimmed gains from 97 paise to 48 paise at 60.14 per dollar. The currency had hit a record low of 61.21 in previous session.
Asian shares closed higher after upmove on Wall Street offset nervousness over higher-than-expected Chinese inflation data. Japan’s Nikkei outperformed its global peers, rising 2.6 percent.
European markets rose 0.5-1 percent. European Union finance ministers agreed to give Greece some cash, but the 6.8 billion euro sum was not as much as Athens had hoped for. European finance ministers said this month they will give Greece 2.5 billion euros with the rest coming later, after the Greek government pushes forward on public sector reforms.
Back home, financials, capital goods, power and healthcare stocks gained.
Infosys shares rose one percent for the second consecutive session today, ahead of April-June quarter earnings that scheduled to be announced on Friday.
Among education stocks, Educomp Solutions gained 10 percent as the company is planning long term debt restructuring that will help the company to strengthen core business. Everonn Education rallied 20 percent while Core Education was up 10 percent and Aptech jumped 6.7 percent.
Sugar stocks rose between 1-2 percent after the government notified a hike in sugar import duty to 15 percent from 10 percent.
Foreign institutional investors have net bought Rs 165.6 crore worth of equity shares today and domestic institutional investors purchased Rs 37.83 crore shares, as per provisional data available on NSE.
Equity benchmarks gained strength again in afternoon trade following further upmove in European markets on Greek deal.
It is a stable day for the market with the Nifty trading close to 5850 levels led by banks, pharma and capital goods. The Sensex is up 81.35 points at 19406.12, and the Nifty is at 5844.50. About 1166 shares have advanced, 933 shares declined, and 131 shares are unchanged.
The rupee is trading higher by 46 paise at 60.15 per dollar after the RBI and SEBI clamped down on open positions that banks and non banks can take in the currency futures market. Globally the dollar has retreated somewhat against emerging market currencies.
The market has managed to maintain momentum supported by strength in capital goods, pharma, power and consumer durables. The Sensex is up 112.18 points at 19436.95 while the Nifty is at 5850.70, up 39.15 points. About 1126 shares have advanced, 669 shares declined, and 109 shares are unchanged.
Indian equity benchmarks continue to hold early gains on positive global cues while Indian rupee also appreciated by 43 paise to 60.18 per dollar.
After deep cut seen in the last trading sessions, the market has finally managed to gather some steam Tuesday. The Sensex is up 132.01 points at 19456.78 while the Nifty is at 5834.60, up 23.05 points.
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