Why did the Indian stock market rise today?- explained with 5 key factors

Stock market today: The Nifty 50 jumped 1.8 per cent to hit its fresh record high of 22,993.60, while the Sensex jumped 1.7 per cent to hit its fresh record high of 75,499.91 during the session. Nifty 50 closed 1.64 per cent higher at 22,967.65. Sensex closed 1.61 per cent higher at 75,418.04.

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