By Aditya Raghunath
Investing.com -- Energy and metal stocks ensured Indian markets continued the rally from yesterday as the metal index gained 4% and the energy index gained 3% at the day’s close. Nifty closed up 0.77% while the BSE Sensex closed up 0.51%. Nifty reclaimed the 15,000 mark today to close at 15,093. Bank Nifty closed up 0.27%.
Coal India Ltd (NS: COAL ) ended up 8.66%, followed by UPL Ltd (NS: UPLL ) at 7.32% and Adani Ports and Special Economic Zone Ltd Future at 5.98%. Hindalco Industries Ltd. (NS: HALC ) continued its rally as copper prices continue to RISE, and ended up 5.17%. The losers list was led by ICICI Bank Ltd (NS: ICBK ), down 1.89% followed by Nestle India Ltd (NS: NEST ) at 1.38% and Divi's Laboratories Ltd. (NS: DIVI ) at 1.25%.
Healthcare and wellness player Nureca Ltd (NS: NURE ) listed on the bourses today and had a stellar debut ending up 61.44% at Rs 645.75.
Asian markets fared well with Nikkei 225 closing up 1.67%, KOSPI 50 closing up 3.5% and FTSE China A 200 Composite up 0.59%. Europe has also opened in the green with FTSE 100 trading up 0.46%, CAC 40 up 0.4% and DAX is trading flat.
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