D-Street Newsmakers: Titan, Coal India among 10 stocks that hogged limelight today
Indian equities, amid broad-based gains, traded higher in Tuesday’s session. Nifty added 0.45 per cent or 89 points, to close at 19,783. Broader markets hit their new all-time highs for the second consecutive day.
Here are the 10 stocks that buzzed the most in trade on November 21:
Titan: Titan shares notched their new all-time high after CLSA upgraded the stock to ‘Buy’.
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Coal India: The high dividend-yielding stock ended flat at Rs 334.1 as the stock traded ex-dividend today.
Oberoi Realty: Shares of the realty company ended 4 per cent higher at Rs 1,406.25 as the company launched new residential projects in Thane.
IT stocks: The Nifty IT index ended in the red as brokerage Bernstein gave contrasting target views on IT stocks.
ABB: Shares of the electrical company ended with a negative bias at Rs 4,335.75 as the company inked an agreement with Titagarh Wagons.
KEC International: The stock of the company ended in the red even as the company bagged a Rs 1,005 crore order. The stock ended 0.6 per cent lower at Rs 596.
IRCTC: Shares of the railway catering company scaled higher to Rs 708.7, up 1 per cent, as the company has been allowed to go for long-term tenders for seven years, subject to satisfactory performance in the initial five years, through clustering of trains.
Bajaj Finance: Shares of the NBFC company ended 0.5 per cent higher at Rs 7,104.15 per share as the company has allotted 50,000 NCDs.
Gland Pharma: The shares ended 1.74 per cent higher at Rs 1,657.7 as the company saw a spurt in trading volume.
Isgec Heavy Engineering: The civil construction company shares hit a fresh 52-week high intra-day and ended 5 per cent higher at 899.
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