Mumbai: The benchmark market index, Sensex, rose 186 points on Tuesday, reflecting substantial gains in the Index's heavyweights, Reliance Industries and Bharti Airtel, amid positive indices of global equities.

The index of 30 stocks finished the period with 185.51 points, or 0.46%, an increase of 40,469.70. He reached a day high of 40,544.13 and a low of 40,290.21. Up to 11 of the 30 Sensex shares ended in green.


Similarly, the NSE Nifty broadly gained 55.60 points, or 0.47%, to finish at 11,940.10.

Reliance Industries led the gains on Sensex, registering an increase of nearly 4% as it reached its highest standard of living of 1,514.95 Rs (intraday). It became the first Indian company to reach the market capitalization level of 9.5 lakh-crores of Rs.

Bharti Airtel shares climbed 7.36% and Vodafone Idea up 34.68% after both companies announced higher billings for phone calls and data starting in December.

Axis Bank, PowerGrid, Mahindra Tech, SBI, IndusInd Bank and Infosys were among the other winners.

For its part, Yes Bank lost 2.66% to become the biggest loser of Sensex, M & M lost 2.19% and Tata Steel 2.02%. TCS, Tata Motors and Hero MotoCorp have also declined.

Elsewhere in Asia, the Shanghai and Hong Kong stock markets have significantly outperformed, while those in Tokyo and Seoul have stabilized.

European equities traded on a positive note in their respective first transactions.

At the same time, the Indian rupee depreciated by 17 percent to settle at 71.86 USD against the US dollar in daily trading.

The global benchmark for crude oil, crude, fell 0.83% to 61.92 USD a barrel.

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