Smashing all its previous records, Sensex on Thursday reached to close at a high of 30,750 zooming 448 points, the biggest single-day gain in over two months.
On May 19th, the 30-share Sensex had scaled an all-time high of 30,793.43 (intra-day), breaking its previous record of 30,712.35.
The gauge galloped by 448.39 points, or 1.48%, to close at a new peak of 30,750.03, surpassing its previous record closing of 30,658.77, reached on May 17.
It was after March 14th 2017 when it surged 496.40 points. The gauge had lost 269.33 points in the two sessions earlier.
The 50-share NSE Nifty reached up to 9,500 mark to hit the session’s high of 9,523.30 before ending at 9,509.75, up by 149.20 points, or 1.59%.