D-Street Newsmakers: Tata Power, Subros, Ashok Leyland among 10 stocks that buzzed the most on Monday
At the close, Nifty ended 0.13 per cent higher at 20,997, while Sensex rallied 0.15 per cent and settled at 69,928.5, after hitting 70,000 milestone in intra-day trade. Meanwhile, following sentiment, Bank Nifty also marked a new high.
Indian equities continued to hit new highs for yet another session on Monday amid positive global cues. At the close, Nifty ended 0.13 per cent higher at 20,997, while Sensex rallied 0.15 per cent and settled at 69,928.5, after hitting 70,000 milestone in intra-day trade. Meanwhile, following sentiment, Bank Nifty also marked a new high.
Here are the top 10 stocks in focus on Monday (December 11):
Tata Power: Shares of the utility company ended over 3 per cent higher after inking a contract with IOC.
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Bank of India: From the PSU Banking basket, Bank of India gained 3.6 per cent to Rs 118.4, mirroring sentiment in the broader Nifty PSU Bank index.
Subros: After the ministry of road transport iterated that all new trucks should be equipped with AC cabins for driver, the stock ended 11 per cent higher at Rs 499.6 apiece.
Mahindra, Ashok Leyland: Tata Motors: Shares of the truck manufacturers ended mixed even as the installation of AC fitted driver cabins would mean extra costs for these companies.
Affordable Robotic: Shares of the BSE-listed industrial equipment company ended with over 7 per cent gains as the entity forayed into machine shop automation.
Century Plyboards: Shares of the wood products company ended with over 7 per cent gains at Rs 737.15 amid heavy volumes.
Wockhardt: Shares of the drug maker after hitting 52-week high ended over 14 per cent higher at Rs 383.5 as the company completed the phase 3-trial of pneumonia drug.
OMC stocks: Shares of the oil marketing companies ended in the red as media reports suggest that the centre is mulling reducing fuel prices.
Spicejet: The airline’s shares ended over 10 per cent higher at Rs 60.57 as the company’s board is set to meet today for mulling fund raising.
Dr Reddy’s: Shares of the pharma company ended 5 per cent lower at Rs 5473.5 as the US FDA has issued form 483 with three observations on the company.
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