Marti Suzuki touches 10,000 mark for a brief period
At Rs 10,000, it was up 1.5% from its previous close with a market cap of Rs 3.01 trillion. The stock opened at 9,970 on the BSE and 9,966 on the NSE.
Maruti Suzuki share on Wednesday hit the Rs 10,000 mark for a brief period on the BSE for the first time and crossed Rs 3 trillion market capitalisation.
The company's share surged over 84% this year.
At Rs 10,000, it was up by 1.5% from its previous close with a market cap of Rs 3.01 trillion. The stock opened at 9,970 on the BSE and 9,966 on the NSE.
At 13.58 hours, it was trading at 9759 or 0.45% lower than the previous day's close on the BSE.
Five companies have crossed this landmark —Reliance Industries Ltd (RIL), Tata Consultancy Services Ltd (TCS), HDFC Bank Ltd, ITC Ltd and Oil & Natural Gas Corp Ltd (ONGC).
Currently, RIL is India’s most valued company with market capitalisation of Rs 5.84 trillion.
Maruti is the 12th largest auto company in the world, in terms of market capitalisation.