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Shares rise to 1-week high as risk appetite improves

MUMBAI (NewsRise) -- Indian shares rose for a second consecutive session Tuesday, tracking other regional indices and overnight gains on Wall Street, as risk aversion stemming from the Paris terror attacks eased.

     The benchmark BSE Sensex ended 0.41% higher at 25,864.47 points, its highest since November 9, while the broader NSE CNX Nifty Index gained 0.40% to 7,837.55 points. The Sensex has declined 3% so far in November and is down 6% in 2015.

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