Low Price Shares locked in Upper Circuit on July 07

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Last Updated: 7th September 2023 - 05:09 pm

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Sensex and Nifty 50 maintain their gains, with Titan leading the way. 

After the US Federal Reserve indicated that higher interest rates may be required to reduce inflation, the major Asian indices were trading upwards. Also, Sri Lanka's Central Bank increased key interest rates on Thursday to their highest level in 20 years. 

List of Low Price Shares Today: July 07

Following is the list of low price stocks locked in the upper circuit on July 07. Keep a close eye on these counters for the upcoming sessions. 

Sr No  

Stock Name  

LTP  

Price Change (%)  

1  

Biofil Chemicals And Pharmaceuticals  

56.85  

19.94  

2  

Navigant Corporate Advisors   

15.64  

9.99  

3  

Onelife Capital Advisors  

11.31  

9.91  

4  

Globalspace Technologies   

40  

9.89  

5  

Hubtown Ltd  

76.7  

5  

6  

TCM Ltd  

43.05  

5  

7  

Medico Intercontinental Ltd  

37.8  

5  

8  

Bervin Investment and Leasing  

33.6  

5  

9  

Synthiko Foils  

29.4  

5  

10  

Southern Magnesium and Chemicals   

27.3  

5  

SGX Nifty indicated a positive opening for the broader index in India with a gain of 82 points. At 1:05 pm, the Nifty 50 was trading at the 16,130.65 level, jumping by 0.88%. On the Nifty 50 index, the top gainers were Titan, UPL Ltd and Mahindra and Mahindra Ltd whereas Bajaj Finserv, Dr Reddy’s Laboratories and Reliance Industries Ltd were top losers of the session.

Sensex was trading at a level of 54,179.72, surging by 0.80%. The top gainers were Titan, Mahindra and Mahindra and Larsen and Toubro Ltd (L&T) whereas Bajaj Finserv, Dr Reddy’s Laboratories and Reliance Industries Ltd were the market draggers. BSE Consumer Durables, which was led by Titan, was the top-gaining sector with gains of over 3% while shares of Titan soared more than 6% on strong Q1 sales.

After touching a nearly three-month low during the previous session, oil prices fell in early Asian trade on Thursday as worries about oil demand were raised by possible global recession fears. The government has asked edible oil manufacturers to reduce the maximum retail price (MRP) of imported cooking oils by up to Rs 10 per litre within a week and to ensure the MRP of the same brand of oil is consistent across the country.

 

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