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       Sensex, Nifty extend bull run, hit record highs
 
         Posted on :21:48:24 May 17, 2017
   
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MUMBAI: Markets ended at record highs for the third straight session on Wednesday on sustained foreign inflows and persistent buying by retail investors buoyed by the early onset of monsoon and encouraging quarterly earnings.
 
The BSE Sensex closed at a new peak of 30,658.77, while the broader Nifty finished at an all-time high of 9,525.75 (rpt) 9,525.75.
 
After opening weak, the Sensex zoomed to hit yet another record intra-day high of 30,692.45, before slipping to 30,519.14 on profit-booking.
 
It finally finished at 30,658.77, up 76.17 points, or 0.25 per cent, surpassing the previous record close of 30,582.60 hit yesterday.
 
On similar lines, the NSE Nifty ended at 9,525.75, up 13.50 points or 0.14 per cent, breaking its previous record closed of 9,512.25 hit in yesterday's trade.
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BUSINESS HEADLINES
DeMo, GST to widen tax base, make cash dealing difficult: FM  
Pak may face economic instability if reforms stop: IMF  
UN selects Dubai as data hub for MENASA region  
Nifty ends above 9,900, RIL leads  
Sensex's early rise hits a bump, IT weighs  
Australia to help Sri Lanka combat its worst dengue fever  
Niti panel yet to finalise report on autonomous bodies: Govt  
GST win-win deal for all: Jaitley  
Rupee rallies for 3rd session, hits near 6-week high  
NSSO to conduct survey on drinking water in July 2018  
Cabinet clears draft bill to replace GST ordinances for J&K  
Sensex sinks 364 pts, ITC crashes 13 per cent  
Gold glitters on global cues, jewellers' buying  
Nifty ends above 9,900 for 1st time  
Jan Dhan deposits surge to Rs 64,564 crore  
Govt asks businesses to register under GST by July 30  
Govt asks businesses to register under GST by July 30  
Gold spirals to Rs 29,050 on global cues  
WPI inflation falls sharply to 0.90% in June, food prices ease  
AI union to protest at IGI airport over disinvestment call  
ICICI group firm buys stake in Infibeam for Rs 11 cr  
Gadkari promises strict action in NHAI bribery case  
SBI waives charge on IMPS fund transfer of up to Rs 1,000  
Subhash Garg takes charge as economic affairs secretary  
Sensex, Nifty break into new highs ahead of earnings  
 
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