Sensex, Nifty Rise, Led By Banking, Metal, Realty Stocks: Mid-Day Market Update

India’s stock benchmarks rallied, aided by gains in banking, metal, realty and consumer durables stocks.The Sensex rose 0.5% or 300 points, to 59,384.55 as of 1 p.m. on Thursday. The Nifty 50 advanced by a similar magnitude to 17,696.15. Of the Nifty 50 constituents, 38 stocks rose, while 12 fell. Shree Cement Ltd., UPL Ltd., Grasim Industries Ltd., Kotak Mahindra Bank and HDFC Life Insurance Co. are among the top gainers.

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