* SBI stokes rally in banking stocks * Oil stocks hit by reduced hopes of diesel hike * Derivatives expiry, GDP data due on Thursday By Manoj Dharra MUMBAI, May 28 (Reuters) - India's main BSE index rose 1.2 percent on Monday to its highest closes since May 10, as improved global risk sentiment spurred buying in financials such as SBI and other blue-chips that have taken a beating this month. The domestic gains tracked higher Asian markets, as opinion polls showing a lead for Greece's ...
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