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The industrial counter on Dalal Street is signalling the dawn of a dream spending spree in the country's infrastructure segment.
Industrial stocks such as Delta Corp, V-Guard Industries and Escorts have surged as much as 95 per cent in the year so far, as investors have bought into the hope that capex spending in the country will soon reach the level that policymakers have been dreaming since last 10 years.