Mumbai, Dec 14 (IANS) Global cues, along with a fresh influx of foreign funds and positive macro-economic industrial production data, pushed the Indian equity indices to end at new record highs for the second consecutive session on Monday.
Foreign investors pumped in liquidity worth Rs 2,264.38 crore on Monday as they eye prospects of a faster economic recovery in India amid subsiding Covid-19 cases.
After remaining sideways for the better part of the trading session, the NSE Nifty50 closed at a new record high of 13,558 points, and similarly, the S&P BSE Sensex ended at 46,253 points.
Globally, shares rose early in Asia but later ended mixed, shrugging off a weak close last week on Wall Street after Japan’s central bank reported a strong improvement in business sentiment.
Similarly, European stock markets traded higher on Monday, adopting a cautiously optimistic stance after…