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Top BSE Gainers and Losers in the last 3 months of FY20

24 Apr 2020 Nikita Bhoota

The fourth quarter of FY20 did not augur well for Indian equity markets. Nifty 50 tanked 1.8%, 3.9% and 22.8% in the month of Jan 2020, Feb 2020 and March 2020 respectively.  Whereas, Sensex also plummeted 1.4%, 3.6% and 22.7% in the same period. Overall, both the indices Nifty 50 and Sensex were down 41.7% and 40.2% respectively on a quarterly basis  (January 01, 2020- March 31,2020).

The spread of Coronavirus (Covid 19) was the major reason for the fall in the market. The Covid 19 case is on rise all over the world. In India, more than 18,000 people are affected by the disease. No country in the world is able to find the vaccine to cure Covid a19. Therefore, the chances of increasing number of cases is very high. Covid 19 spread is likely to impact the GDP numbers as many states have further extended the lockdown. The economic activity in the country is on a halt. Moreover, the crude oil war on increasing production at a time when the demand is low due to Covid19 has also impacted the market performance. The collapse in Yes Bank shares due to corporate Governance issues has raised concerns over the banking sector in India.  No major announcement in union budget 2020 to boost the economic growth and measures to improve the slowing consumption and muted private performance also affected the investor confidence.

Below is the list of top BSE 200 shares that have plummeted more than 45% from January 01, 2020- March 31, 2020.        

Company Name

1-Jan-20

31-Mar-20

Gain/ Loss

Future Retail Ltd.

342.2

78.8

-77.0%

IndusInd Bank Ltd.

1,484.6

351.2

-76.3%

Indiabulls Housing Finance Ltd.

312.5

96.6

-69.1%

Edelweiss Financial Services Ltd.

110.3

38.2

-65.4%

PNB Housing Finance Ltd.

445.0

163.2

-63.3%

Tata Motors Ltd.

184.4

71.1

-61.5%

RBL Bank Ltd.

347.8

135.7

-61.0%

Bandhan Bank Ltd.

502.9

203.7

-59.5%

Canara Bank

221.6

90.4

-59.2%

Aditya Birla Capital Ltd.

101.5

42.2

-58.4%

Vedanta Ltd.

154.5

64.8

-58.1%

Motherson Sumi Systems Ltd.

145.5

61.1

-58.0%

Indian Bank

101.4

43.1

-57.5%

Zee Entertainment Enterprises Ltd.

288.5

124.0

-57.0%

Adani Power Ltd.

63.9

27.8

-56.6%

L&T Finance Holdings Ltd.

118.1

51.4

-56.5%

Quess Corp Ltd.

484.1

211.6

-56.3%

Mahindra & Mahindra Financial Services Ltd.

332.3

147.4

-55.6%

Hindalco Industries Ltd.

214.3

95.7

-55.4%

Bank Of India

70.3

32.3

-54.1%

IDFC First Bank Ltd.

45.8

21.1

-53.9%

General Insurance Corporation of India Ltd.

227.0

104.9

-53.8%

The Federal Bank Ltd.

88.8

41.1

-53.7%

Jubilant Life Sciences Ltd.

532.1

248.9

-53.2%

NBCC (India) Ltd.

34.8

16.4

-52.9%

Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd.

43.5

20.8

-52.2%

Bharat Forge Ltd.

485.3

234.1

-51.8%

Apollo Tyres Ltd.

163.5

79.4

-51.5%

Adani Gas Ltd.

177.0

86.4

-51.2%

Bajaj Finserv Ltd.

9,379.2

4,589.8

-51.1%

Jindal Steel & Power Ltd.

166.3

82.2

-50.6%

Punjab National Bank

64.7

32.4

-50.0%

Cholamandalam Investment & Finance Company Ltd.

302.9

153.0

-49.5%

Axis Bank Ltd.

748.9

379.3

-49.4%

Vodafone Idea Ltd.

6.1

3.1

-49.1%

The Indian Hotels Company Ltd.

144.1

74.9

-48.0%

IDBI Bank Ltd.

37.1

19.3

-48.0%

Bajaj Finance Ltd.

4,230.5

2,216.1

-47.6%

Bank Of Baroda

101.9

53.6

-47.4%

Union Bank Of India

54.5

28.8

-47.2%

Mangalore Refinery & Petrochemicals Ltd.

43.8

23.1

-47.2%

Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd.

536.6

285.0

-46.9%

Ashok Leyland Ltd.

81.0

43.1

-46.9%

Bajaj Holdings & Investment Ltd.

3,380.3

1,799.6

-46.8%

Oil & Natural Gas Corporation Ltd.

127.4

68.3

-46.4%

Steel Authority Of India Ltd.

42.9

23.1

-46.3%

Oil India Ltd.

152.2

82.7

-45.7%

Emami Ltd.

312.7

170.0

-45.6%

LIC Housing Finance Ltd.

431.8

235.2

-45.5%

Source: Ace Equity

Amidst this volatility, some stocks have outperformed the benchmark in the last 3 months (January 01, 2020 till March 31, 2020).

Company Name

1-Jan-20

31-Mar-20

Gain/ Loss

Ajanta Pharma Ltd.

978.7

1,366.2

39.6%

Ipca Laboratories Ltd.

1,138.2

1,388.1

22.0%

Avenue Supermarts Ltd.

1,827.0

2,200.7

20.5%

Glaxosmithkline Consumer Healthcare Ltd.

8,362.6

9,993.1

19.5%

Hindustan Unilever Ltd.

1,936.8

2,298.2

18.7%

Abbott India Ltd.

13,141.9

15,455.5

17.6%

Alkem Laboratories Ltd.

2,092.6

2,328.9

11.3%

Nestle India Ltd.

14,777.9

16,302.4

10.3%

Divis Laboratories Ltd.

1,819.4

1,987.6

9.2%

Dr. Reddys Laboratories Ltd.

2,879.1

3,117.1

8.3%

Torrent Pharmaceuticals Ltd.

1,845.2

1,971.5

6.8%

Cadila Healthcare Ltd.

254.8

267.1

4.8%

Coromandel International Ltd.

528.9

543.9

2.8%

Mindtree Ltd.

811.7

828.3

2.0%

Source: Ace Equity

Of the BSE 200 stocks, only 14 stocks have given positive returns. Ajantha Pharma tops the list with 39% return in the fourth quarter of FY20 (January 01, 2020- March 31, 2020).  Mindtree has given the lowest positive return of 2% in the same period.

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Top BSE Gainers and Losers in the last 3 months of FY20

24 Apr 2020 Nikita Bhoota

The fourth quarter of FY20 did not augur well for Indian equity markets. Nifty 50 tanked 1.8%, 3.9% and 22.8% in the month of Jan 2020, Feb 2020 and March 2020 respectively.  Whereas, Sensex also plummeted 1.4%, 3.6% and 22.7% in the same period. Overall, both the indices Nifty 50 and Sensex were down 41.7% and 40.2% respectively on a quarterly basis  (January 01, 2020- March 31,2020).

The spread of Coronavirus (Covid 19) was the major reason for the fall in the market. The Covid 19 case is on rise all over the world. In India, more than 18,000 people are affected by the disease. No country in the world is able to find the vaccine to cure Covid a19. Therefore, the chances of increasing number of cases is very high. Covid 19 spread is likely to impact the GDP numbers as many states have further extended the lockdown. The economic activity in the country is on a halt. Moreover, the crude oil war on increasing production at a time when the demand is low due to Covid19 has also impacted the market performance. The collapse in Yes Bank shares due to corporate Governance issues has raised concerns over the banking sector in India.  No major announcement in union budget 2020 to boost the economic growth and measures to improve the slowing consumption and muted private performance also affected the investor confidence.

Below is the list of top BSE 200 shares that have plummeted more than 45% from January 01, 2020- March 31, 2020.        

Company Name

1-Jan-20

31-Mar-20

Gain/ Loss

Future Retail Ltd.

342.2

78.8

-77.0%

IndusInd Bank Ltd.

1,484.6

351.2

-76.3%

Indiabulls Housing Finance Ltd.

312.5

96.6

-69.1%

Edelweiss Financial Services Ltd.

110.3

38.2

-65.4%

PNB Housing Finance Ltd.

445.0

163.2

-63.3%

Tata Motors Ltd.

184.4

71.1

-61.5%

RBL Bank Ltd.

347.8

135.7

-61.0%

Bandhan Bank Ltd.

502.9

203.7

-59.5%

Canara Bank

221.6

90.4

-59.2%

Aditya Birla Capital Ltd.

101.5

42.2

-58.4%

Vedanta Ltd.

154.5

64.8

-58.1%

Motherson Sumi Systems Ltd.

145.5

61.1

-58.0%

Indian Bank

101.4

43.1

-57.5%

Zee Entertainment Enterprises Ltd.

288.5

124.0

-57.0%

Adani Power Ltd.

63.9

27.8

-56.6%

L&T Finance Holdings Ltd.

118.1

51.4

-56.5%

Quess Corp Ltd.

484.1

211.6

-56.3%

Mahindra & Mahindra Financial Services Ltd.

332.3

147.4

-55.6%

Hindalco Industries Ltd.

214.3

95.7

-55.4%

Bank Of India

70.3

32.3

-54.1%

IDFC First Bank Ltd.

45.8

21.1

-53.9%

General Insurance Corporation of India Ltd.

227.0

104.9

-53.8%

The Federal Bank Ltd.

88.8

41.1

-53.7%

Jubilant Life Sciences Ltd.

532.1

248.9

-53.2%

NBCC (India) Ltd.

34.8

16.4

-52.9%

Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd.

43.5

20.8

-52.2%

Bharat Forge Ltd.

485.3

234.1

-51.8%

Apollo Tyres Ltd.

163.5

79.4

-51.5%

Adani Gas Ltd.

177.0

86.4

-51.2%

Bajaj Finserv Ltd.

9,379.2

4,589.8

-51.1%

Jindal Steel & Power Ltd.

166.3

82.2

-50.6%

Punjab National Bank

64.7

32.4

-50.0%

Cholamandalam Investment & Finance Company Ltd.

302.9

153.0

-49.5%

Axis Bank Ltd.

748.9

379.3

-49.4%

Vodafone Idea Ltd.

6.1

3.1

-49.1%

The Indian Hotels Company Ltd.

144.1

74.9

-48.0%

IDBI Bank Ltd.

37.1

19.3

-48.0%

Bajaj Finance Ltd.

4,230.5

2,216.1

-47.6%

Bank Of Baroda

101.9

53.6

-47.4%

Union Bank Of India

54.5

28.8

-47.2%

Mangalore Refinery & Petrochemicals Ltd.

43.8

23.1

-47.2%

Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd.

536.6

285.0

-46.9%

Ashok Leyland Ltd.

81.0

43.1

-46.9%

Bajaj Holdings & Investment Ltd.

3,380.3

1,799.6

-46.8%

Oil & Natural Gas Corporation Ltd.

127.4

68.3

-46.4%

Steel Authority Of India Ltd.

42.9

23.1

-46.3%

Oil India Ltd.

152.2

82.7

-45.7%

Emami Ltd.

312.7

170.0

-45.6%

LIC Housing Finance Ltd.

431.8

235.2

-45.5%

Source: Ace Equity

Amidst this volatility, some stocks have outperformed the benchmark in the last 3 months (January 01, 2020 till March 31, 2020).

Company Name

1-Jan-20

31-Mar-20

Gain/ Loss

Ajanta Pharma Ltd.

978.7

1,366.2

39.6%

Ipca Laboratories Ltd.

1,138.2

1,388.1

22.0%

Avenue Supermarts Ltd.

1,827.0

2,200.7

20.5%

Glaxosmithkline Consumer Healthcare Ltd.

8,362.6

9,993.1

19.5%

Hindustan Unilever Ltd.

1,936.8

2,298.2

18.7%

Abbott India Ltd.

13,141.9

15,455.5

17.6%

Alkem Laboratories Ltd.

2,092.6

2,328.9

11.3%

Nestle India Ltd.

14,777.9

16,302.4

10.3%

Divis Laboratories Ltd.

1,819.4

1,987.6

9.2%

Dr. Reddys Laboratories Ltd.

2,879.1

3,117.1

8.3%

Torrent Pharmaceuticals Ltd.

1,845.2

1,971.5

6.8%

Cadila Healthcare Ltd.

254.8

267.1

4.8%

Coromandel International Ltd.

528.9

543.9

2.8%

Mindtree Ltd.

811.7

828.3

2.0%

Source: Ace Equity

Of the BSE 200 stocks, only 14 stocks have given positive returns. Ajantha Pharma tops the list with 39% return in the fourth quarter of FY20 (January 01, 2020- March 31, 2020).  Mindtree has given the lowest positive return of 2% in the same period.