After touching a record of 60,621.72, the 30-share Sensex was trading 261.17 points or 0.43% higher at 60,545.48. Similarly, the Nifty surged 97.75 points or 0.54% to a new intra-day peak of 18,089.70.
M&M was the top gainer in the Sensex pack, rallying over 3%, followed by PowerGrid, Bharti Airtel, L&T, ICICI Bank and Axis Bank.
On the other hand, Nestle India, HUL, HCL Tech, SBI and Tata Steel were among the laggards.
In the previous session, the 30-share index ended 148.53 points or 0.25% higher at record 60,284.31, and Nifty rose 46 points or 0.26% to its fresh closing peak of 17,991.95.
Foreign institutional investors (FIIs) were net sellers in the capital market as they offloaded shares worth Rs 278.32 crore on Tuesday, as per exchange data.
Domestic equities look to be good as of now, said Binod Modi Head-Strategy at Reliance Securities.
“Sharp contraction in CPI print at 4.35% for September despite elevated oil prices and sustained IIP growth (11.5% growth for August) certainly offer comfort. We also believe that 2QFY22 corporate earnings are going to be quite crucial for the market,” he stated.
Retail inflation fell to a five-month low of 4.35% in September from 7.27% in the year-ago period as prices of vegetables and other items declined.
Industrial production grew 11.9% in August mainly due to a low-base effect and good performance by manufacturing, mining and power sectors that surpassed the pre-COVID level.
In the US, the equity market contracted for the third consecutive day in a choppy trading day ahead of crucial inflation data and September quarter earnings.
Elsewhere in Asia, bourses in Shanghai and Tokyo were trading with losses in mid-session deals, while Seoul was positive.
Meanwhile, international oil benchmark Brent crude fell 0.31% to $83.16 per barrel.