D-Street Newsmakers: Hero MotoCorp, Britannia and Deepak Fertilisers among 10 stocks that hogged the limelight today
Shares of the realty player ended marginally higher at Rs 630 even as the company posted a 21 per cent year-on-year (YoY) increase in its consolidated net profit for the quarter ended September.
Indian equities in Thursday’s trade snapped a two-day losing streak after the US Fed kept the key rates unchanged. Nifty ended at 19,133, up 144 points or 0.76 per cent, higher, while the 30-share Sensex settled at 64,081, up 490 points, or 0.77 per cent. Meanwhile, broader markets outperformed their headline peers.
Here are the 10 stocks that buzzed the most today:
Britannia Industries: Shares of the biscuit maker ended Thursday’s session with 3 per cent gains at Rs 4,528.9 after the company posted better-than-estimated Q2 results.
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Godrej Properties: Shares of the realty player ended marginally higher at Rs 630 even as the company posted a 21 per cent year-on-year (YoY) increase in its consolidated net profit for the quarter ended September.
Blue Jet Healthcare: Extending its listing day pop, shares of the pharma company ended over 2 per cent higher at Rs 406.1.
Hero MotoCorp: Shares of the two-wheeler major ended 1 per cent lower at Rs 3,059, even as the company reported in-line performance during the Q2 period.
Vodafone Idea: Shares of the debt-ridden telecom player ended around 8 per cent higher at Rs 13.75 after hitting a fresh 52-week high of Rs 13.85 in intraday trade.
Triveni Turbine: Shares of the company ended with 10 per cent gains at Rs 393 as the company reported its highest-ever revenue during the quarter ended September.
LIC Housing Finance: Shares of the housing financier ended around 2 per cent lower at Rs 449 after the company reported a 12.6 per cent fall in disbursements on a sequential basis.
Deepak Fertilisers: Shares of the fertiliser company ended around 7 per cent lower at Rs 595.05 after the company’s net profit for the September quarter shrank 78 per cent YoY.
Bajaj Finance: Shares of the NBFC closed marginally lower at Rs 7,452.9 after gaining 2 per cent intraday. The company issued 15.5 lakh warrants to promoter company Bajaj Finserv.
REC: Shares of the company ended 7 per cent higher at Rs 302.55 after the company recorded its highest-ever quarterly profit in the Q2 period.