Low Price Shares locked in Upper Circuit on 20-Feb-2023

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by 5paisa Research Team Last Updated: Sep 07, 2023 - 05:09 pm 606 Views

Domestic benchmark indices were trading flat as BSE Information Technology Index outperformed sectoral indices.

On Monday, the benchmark indices were trading flat with Sensex up around 58 points or 0.10% at 61,060.09, and the Nifty trading up by 2 points or 0.0070% at 17,945.85. About 1,537 shares have advanced, 1,759 declined, and 194 are unchanged on the BSE.

Top gainers and losers On BSE Sensex Index are as follows: 
The top Sensex gainers were Tech Mahindra, Bharti Airtel and Power Grid Corporation whereas the top Sensex losers were State Bank of India, Kotak Mahindra Bank and Nestle India.

The BSE Information Technology Index was the top gainer on a sectoral basis, while the BSE Oil & Gas Index was the top loser. The BSE IT Index rose 0.85%, led by Sonata Software and Happiest Minds Technologies while the BSE Oil & Gas Index fell 0.65%, dragged by Hindustan Petroleum and Adani Total Gas Ltd.

On February 20, the below-listed low-price stocks were locked in the upper circuit. Keep a watch on them for further movements.

Sr. No 

Company Name 

LTP (Rs) 

% Change in Price 

Rungta Irrigated Ltd 


Rishi Laser Ltd 


Peeti Securities Ltd 


Zenith Exports Ltd 



Munoth Financial Services Ltd 



Paragon Finance Ltd 



Soma Textiles Industries Ltd 



Gujarat Investa Ltd 



Earthsthahl & Alloys Ltd 




Continental Petroleums Ltd 



The indices in the broader markets were trading flat, with the BSE Midcap index up 0.10% and the BSE Small cap index up 0.08%, respectively. The top mid-cap gainers were Adani Power and Samvardhana Motherson International, while the top small-cap gainers were EKI Energy and Kirti Industries. 

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