Power, metal and banking stocks led the Bombay Stock Exchange Sensex 146 points stronger at higher levels of the week and closed at 26575.65 points. National Stock Exchange’s Nifty gained 48 points to close above 7,900 points. This is the third consecutive session when the market has rallied.

Comprehensive framework for allocation of coal mines by the government after being brought to market faster. Government initiatives Jindal Steel Power, Hindalco, Tata Steel and Sesa Sterlite buying stocks and these stocks viewed climbed 7.46 percent.

Moreover, according to traders after being net sellers of foreign institutional investors in the market by buying strength came again. Thirty-share index 145.80 points, or 0.55 per cent to close at 26575.65 points. 26407.00 to 26615.41 points during the business going under. Since October is the high level of nine Sensex. The Sensex closed at 26637.28 points that day. The Bombay Stock Exchange 576 points in three days has been strengthened.

Supreme Court from 1993 allocated 214 coal mines last month after the allocation decision has been canceled.

National Stock Exchange’s Nifty rose by 48.35 points, or 0.61 percent, to close at 7927.75 points. From 7936.60 to 7874.35 points during the trading range it was in. Sensex gains 22 to 30 shares. The Coal India, ONGC and Reliance Industries led the losses are eight shares.