Market Follow-Up: 300 stocks at 52 weeks low on NSE

The Benchmark indices ended in red after trading in gains for a short span of time in the Thursday trade. Weak global cues, peaking global crude prices and depreciating currency were again the key factors behind the market giving up its gain.

A rise in US federal reserve policy led to a massive fall in stocks and currencies on Thursday.

Tata Motors, Vodafone Idea, Hudco, APL Apollo Tubes, IndiGo, Jet Airways (India) and JMT Auto, Karur Vysya Bank, Bank of Maharashtra and Punjab & Sind Bank were among the 310 stocks which touched 52-week low on NSE, reported Economic Times

On the Contrary, the top players included Monnet Ispat & Energy, Deepak Nitrite, Gangotri Textiles, Prakash Steelage and Ruchi Infrastructure as they hit their 52-week highs on NSE.

In the end of today’s market, BSE Sensex extended its losses and fell 218 points or 0.60% to close at 36,324. Further, 17 stocks traded negatively on BSE whereas 13 were in greenzone.

Nifty 50 slipped 76 points, or 0.69% to settle at 10,977. The gaining stocks were recorded at 19 while 31 stocks lost on BSE.


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