Stocks to watch out for today: NBCC, JTL Industries, Reliance Industries, KPI Green Energy, Bombay Dyeing, Shree Cement and more
Stocks to watch out for today: Vedanta, NTPC, Wipro, IRCTC, GE Power India, Tata Power and more
In the case of midcap IT firm Coforge, mutual funds bought an additional 90 lakh shares worth Rs 4,900 crore in August. MFs owned 2.62 crore Coforge shares at the end of August against 1.72 crore shares at the end of July.
Stocks to watch out for today: RIL, NTPC, Laurus Labs, ICICI Bank, Power Grid, Lupin, SpiceJet and more
NSE's Nifty50 settled at 19,996.35, surging 176.40 points, or 0.89 per cent. BSE's Sensex rose more than 528.17 points, or 0.79 per cent, to close at 67,127.08 for the day.
Nifty hit a record high of 20,008.15, before closing the day at 19,996.35, up 176.40 points or 0.89 per cent. With this, the NSE barometer has climbed from 19,000 to 20,000 in 52 trading sessions.
"A massive shift is happening in the markets. The sectors that are leading in the last 3-6 months are internally driven. The most spectacular move has been seen in the PSU (public sectors unit) stocks. Now, a decadal shift is happening," Suri told BT TV.
Investors are wary about Heritage Foods' future prospects with Naidu sent to 14-day judicial custody
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday announced the Global Biofuels Alliance that will accelerate sustainable biofuel deployment and support the global energy transition
Defence stocks: Antique said it continues to maintain its positive stance on companies like Bharat Electronics, Bharat Dynamics, Hindustan Aeronautics, Mazagon Dock and GRSE.
Stocks to watch out for today: Adani Group, SJVN, Tata Power, Rishabh Instruments, IRB Infrastructure, UCO Bank, Ratnaveer Precision Engineering and more
Midcap, smallcap stocks: History, Elara said, shows that the flows do not fall off the cliff. Even if the peak is passed, strong flows may continue for several months, it said
Zaggle Prepaid Ocean Services provides financial technology products and services to manage corporate business expenses through automated workflows.
Stocks to watch out for today: Mazagon Dock, JB Chemicals,Shemaroo Entertainment, Tata Steel, Campus Activewear, LTIMindtree, Nureca, Hitachi Energy, Exide Industries and more
Paper consumption in India will likely reach 30 million tonnes by March 2027. There is growing demand from sectors such as FMCG and retail for innovative packaging solutions.
Tata Motors and a subsidiary of Tata Power entered into a Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) to develop a new 12 MWp on-site solar project at Tata Motors’ Pune manufacturing facility.
GAIL's stock reacted adversely to the news with it trading at day's low of Rs 122.65 on BSE at 1450 hours on Tuesday
RailTel share price: The stock slipped 4.43 per cent to close at Rs 232.05, pausing its five-day sharp upward move. The stock has turned into a multibagger in a year by rallying 129.53 per cent. Turnover on the counter stood at Rs 53.62 crore, commanding a market capitalisation (m-cap) of Rs 7,447.38 crore.
BHEL share price: BHEL rose 3.34 per cent on Monday to scale their fresh one-year high price of Rs 140.65. The stock eventually settled with 1.95 per cent gains at Rs 138.75. The multibagger stock of state-run power firm continued its upward march for the sixth straight session. The counter has ascended by 129.53 per cent in the past one year.
Investable value stocks: ICICI Securities said the number of stocks with the minimum quality attribute have fallen to 104 from 171 within the universe of the top-1,000 stocks.
A firm support for Nifty Bank is seen in the 43,800-43,600 range. If the aforementioned support levels are breached, Nifty Bank may continue to fall, Bagadia said.
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