Sensex crosses 32500; Nifty hits new high of 10227

Sensex crosses 32500; Nifty hits new high of 10227

Almost 130 stocks rose to a fresh 52-week high on the BSE, in the opening trade of the Diwali week.

The Sensex touched a high of 32,635.87 points and a low of 32,477.47 points in the trade so far.

The benchmark BSE index closed up 0.62 percent at 32,633.64, after hitting an all-time high early in the day.

On the currency front, the rupee strengthened by 15-16 paise to close at 64.93 against the United States dollar from its previous close at 65.08-09.

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

BSE Smallcap index gained 50 points or 0.30 per cent to end at 16,976.17 as shares of Swan Energy, Shiva Chemicals, Everest Industries, Radico, Suven, Bliss GVS and Ester surged over 10 per cent.

Underlying inflation in the United States was muted at 0.2 percent in August, data showed on Friday. But telecom with an average gain of 1.60% was the pick of the stocks.

On the other hand, the S&P BSE healthcare index fell by 40.67 points, followed by FMCG index by 25.86 points and capital goods index by 24.25 points. Australian shares extended their winning streak to a fourth straight session to rise 0.6 percent, while the Shanghai Composite Index edged 0.1 percent higher.

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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.

Top five Sensex gainers were Cipla (+1.7%), Tata Motors (+1.53%), Bharti Airtel (+1.38%), M&M (+1.29%) and HUL (+1.21%), while the major losers were Wipro (-1.42%) and Axis Bank (-0.94%).

Upbeat second-quarter results pushed the shares of Tata Consultancy Services Ltd (TCS) to their highest since June 7. Japan's Nikkei too was up 0.63 per cent.

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