Besides, the broad-based NSE Nifty reclaimed the 7,800-level to hit a high of 7,838.85 before settling at higher 7,806.60, 44.35 points or 0.57 percent.
The 30-share Sensex after falling to 25,451.42 points, a two-month low, staged a strong comeback towards the middle of session to scale day's high of 25,866.42. It finally settled at 25,760.02, a gain of 149.57 or 0.58 percent - its second gain in the past eight sessions.
Rate-sensitive banking, realty, healthcare and capital goods stocks led the recovery.
Meanwhile, wholesale price index-based inflation stood at (-)3.81 percent in October, as against (-) 4.54 percent in September, boosted investor sentiment as an uptick in October inflation showed signs of a revival in consumer demand.
The rise in Sensex was supported by GAIL, which surged the most firming by 4.62 percent, followed by Tata Steel 3.44 percent, Dr Reddy's 3.43 percent, SBI 3.23 percent, Vedanta 2.75 percent and ITC 2.69 percent, among others.
Among 30 Sensex components, 22 stocks advanced. Sectorwise, the BSE bankex gained the most by rising 1.51 percent, followed capital goods 1.07 percent, FMCG index 0.50 percent healthcare index 0.49 percent.


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