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Sensex Ends Above 25,000 For First Time

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June 5: Today was a stellar day on Dalal Street, as the Nifty, Sensex and the CNX midcap, all ended the day at record closing highs. The Sensex closed above the 25,000 mark for the first time ever. All sectors, barring Bank Nifty, closed in the green. Priyank Lakhia shares a detailed report on the same.