Sensex Up 629 Points In Early Trade, Nifty Raises 188 Points

At home, investors are relieved from the appointment of the new Governor of the Reserve Bank. On Thursday, Urjit Patel's sudden resignation from the post had been under heavy pressure on the stock market.
Sensex Up 629 Points In Early Trade, Nifty Raises 188 Points

Meanwhile, BSE's 30-share Sensex Sensex 629.06 points on Wednesday on the back of buying by encouraging investors from the stagnation in the central bank, as reports of the Reserve Bank's governor taking charge as RBI governor amid rising reports in the overseas markets. The Nifty closed at 10,737.60 with a gain of 188.45 points, at the close of 35,779.07 points and Nifty.

The exchange of trade agreement between the United States and China has triggered the rise in overseas markets. Hong Kong's Hang Seng 1.61, Hong Kong's Kospee 1.44, Japan's Nikkei 2.15 and China's Shanghai Composite closed 0.31 percent higher. UK's FTSE 0.98 and Germany's DAX rose by 0.31 percent.

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