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The 30-share pack Sensex advanced 629.12 points or 1.65 per cent to 38,697.05.

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IPOs of Mazagon Dock, Likhitha Infrastructure and UTI AMC sailed through amid a mixed investors' response.
NEW DELHI: Equity, currency, commodity and derivatives markets will be closed for trading on Friday, October 2, as the Street will observe the birthday of Mahatma Gandhi. The bourses will reopen for trading on October 5, Monday.

In Thursday's trade, domestic equity indices got a big boost ahead of an extended weekend as hopes of US stimulus, another phase of ‘unlock’ and a host of positive macro data lifted the morale of investors on Dalal Street.

The 30-share pack Sensex advanced 629.12 points or 1.65 per cent to 38,697.05. Its broader peer NSE Nifty moved in tandem and climbed 169.40 points or 1.51 per cent. The 50-share index settled at 11,416.95.


Chemcon Chemicals and CAMS saw a high-flying debut in the bourses but drifted lower as the day progressed. Chemcon hit the lower circuit at close. Angel Broking is likely to list on October 5.

Meanwhile, IPOs of Mazagon Dock, Likhitha Infrastructure and UTIAMC sailed through amid a mixed investors' response.

Markets world over also traded in the green. London’ FTSE rose 0.87 per cent, Paris’ CAC 0.59 per cent and Frankfurt’s DAX 0.08 per cent trading in the afternoon trade. In Asia, all markets closed in the green. Indonesia was the biggest gainer, up over 2 per cent. Tokyo trading was disrupted due to technical glitch while South Korea, Hong Kong and China were closed for trading.
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