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India’s benchmark Sensex stock index registered its quickest 10,000-point run to breach the 60,000 level on Friday, outperforming regional peers on flush liquidity and on hopes of a vigorous economic recovery from pandemic troughs.

Dear Trader… Indian equity benchmarks trimmed most of their initial gains but managed to end at record closing highs on Friday, with Sensex closing above the 60,000 mark for the first time and Nifty ending above important level of 17,850. Decline in covid cases, rising vaccination and improvement in the economic environment of the country is fuelling the current Bull Run in the equity markets. Markets made optimistic start and

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