Sensex breaches 32,000-mark as investors keep eye on inflation data

BSE Sensex recovered on Tuesday after the the previous day's market crash. (PTI Photo)

Indian shares rose for the fourth straight session on Tuesday, led by gains in Tata Steel Ltd and Bank of Baroda Ltd, with investors keeping an eye out for inflation data due later in the day.

Both the BSE and the NSE indexes ended 0.87% at 32,158.66 and 10,093.05, respectively.

Jet Airways (India) Ltd, which is expected to report its June-quarter results later in the day, ended 1.58% higher.

 

 

 

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