The benchmark BSE Sensex bounced back from two-month lows after opening on a negative note today and ended higher by 149.57 points at 25,760.10 as participants shrugged off subdued global cues to build up positions in recently beaten-down blue-chips.
The National Securities Depository Ltd (NSDL) has achieved a historic milestone of crossing Rs 100 lakh crore custody value of securities held in its demat accounts, standing currently at Rs 115 lakh crore, an official said here on Saturday.
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