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Sensex surges 500 points as US-Iran tensions subside, SBI, ICICI Bank lead gains - Surajit Dasgupta, Mint
Indian stock markets jumped sharply today as US-Iran tension appeared to subside. Benchmark index Sensex rallied nearly 500 points to 41,318 while the broader Nifty crossed 12,150 in early trade. The gains were broad-based as a slide in oil prices also boosted sentiment. Metal, banking and auto stocks led the gains. Some softness was seen in IT stocks due to firmness in the rupee.
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