Zomato, SBI, Divi’s Labs among 10 counters that buzzed on November 6
Both headline indices ended around one per cent stronger, with the Nifty gaining 181.2 points to 19,411.8 and the Sensex rising 594.9 points to settle at 64,958.7.
Domestic equity benchmarks finished higher for the third session in a row on the back of upbeat domestic and global cues on Monday. Both headline indices ended around one per cent stronger, with the Nifty gaining 181.2 points to 19,411.8 and the Sensex rising 594.9 points to settle at 64,958.7. Barring the PSU Bank and the Nifty Consumer Durables, all sectoral indices on NSE closed with gains.
Here are 10 stocks that buzzed the most in trade on November 6:
Zomato: After posting profits for a second straight quarter, Zomato shares marked their fresh 52-week high today at Rs 123.9. The stock’s market value zoomed past Rs 1 lakh crore mark on the gains.
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Nykaa: Ahead of the release of its September results, the stock of the online marketplace ended over 5 per cent higher at Rs 147.4.
SBI: Even as the lender posted a better-than-estimated Q2 performance, shares of the state-run lender ended 0.7 per cent lower at Rs 574 apiece.
Bank of Baroda: Shares of the PSU bank ended with a drag of 4 per cent at Rs 195.7 after its net interest margin (NIM) fell short of analysts’ estimates.
Bikaji Foods: Shares of the packaged foods company ended over 4 per cent higher at Rs 498.9 after the company reported a surge in its quarterly standalone net profit to Rs 61.13 crore from Rs 43.39 crore a year ago.
Cello World: Shares of the stationery-to-homeware products maker made a decent listing on the bourses. On its debut day, the stock ended 22 per cent at Rs 791.7.
Dr Divi’s Labs: Even as the pharma major missed estimates and reported a decline in net profit for the Q2 period, shares of the company ended 4.7 per cent higher at Rs 3,505.7.
PB Fintech: Shares of the online lending and insurance platform ended over 1 per cent higher after the company reported narrowing of its quarterly loss.
JK Lakshmi Cement: Shares of the cement company advanced over 6 per cent to settle at Rs 795.2 after the company posted its best quarterly performance within the industry.
Kolte-Patil Developers: Shares of the real estate firm ended 0.8 per cent higher at Rs 519.4 even as the company’s net loss widened almost 4 times on a year-on-year basis.