Hillary Clinton in Raleigh, and Donald Trump in Michigan, on Tuesday. (Reuters/AP Photo)
Updated: November 8, 2016 5:07 pm
Indian shares rose for a second consecutive session on Tuesday as investors were cautiously optimistic that Democrat Hillary Clinton would win the US elections.
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The broader NSE index ended 0.55 percent higher at 8,543.55, while the benchmark BSE index closed up 0.48 percent at 27,591.14.
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