BSE Sensex provisionally ends up 366 points at 17,009
Mumbai: A key Indian equities index shut shop 2.22 percent up Monday, thanks to the strong buying interest in blue chip stocks like SBI, Reliance Infra and Reliance Industries.
The 30-scrip benchmark index of the Bombay Stock Exchange, Sensex, which opened at 16,687.32 points, shut shop at 17,012.23 points (provisional), up 369.57 points or 2.22 percent from Friday`s closing figure of 16,642.66 points.
The S&P CNX Nifty of the National Stock Exchange (NSE) too ended in the green at 5,048.6 points, up 2.09 percent.
Broader market indices also closed in the positive terrain, with the BSE midcap index moving up 1.19 percent and the BSE smallcap index closing 1.08 percent higher.
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