India, Sept. 11 -- The Switzerland stock market ended on a firm note on Wednesday, in line with the trend across Europe, amid hopes the European Central Bank and the U.S. Federal Reserve will come up with measures to boost economic growth.
Positive reaction to China's decision to exempt sixteen types of American-made products from additional retaliatory tariffs with effect from October contributed as well to market's uptick.
The benchmark SMI ended up 78.11 points, or 0.78%, at 10.098.59, slightly off a record high of 10,109.29 it had touched in the previous week.
On Tuesday, the SMI ended down 38.89 points, or 0.39%, at 10,020.48.
Geberit gained 2.75% following a rating upgrade of the stock to "hold" by Berenberg Bank.
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