MUMBAI: The Sensex started in green on Tuesday before RBI monetary policy review that started later on Tuesday.
On Tuesday, the central bank’s two-day monetary meet begins in the day and the verdict is pending on Wednesday.
The BSE Sensex deals at 31,542.74 at 1158 hours, rise 259.02 points, or 0.83 per cent while broader Nifty was noted more than 9,850 level at 9,869.75, up by 81.15 points or 0.83 per cent.
Tata Motors increased by 4.05 per cent, Asian Paints raised by 3.49 per cent, Bajaj Auto up by 2.41 per cent, M&M noted higher by 2.17 per cent.
In the month of September, manufacturing activity in India extended for the second month.
Asian markets reached up following the outlook of American tax cuts kept shareholders in excellent courage.
On Friday, the stock outflow from foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) sustained net worth of Rs 1,546.86 crore. It revealed provisional data from foreign. The domestic institutional investors (DIIs) purchased stocks of net Rs 2,064.63 crore.