These low-priced stocks were locked in the upper circuit on 17-Feb-2023

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by 5paisa Research Team Last Updated: Sep 07, 2023 - 05:09 pm 1.1k Views
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Domestic benchmark indices were trading lower and outperforming sector was BSE Capital Goods Index.

On Friday, the benchmark indices were trading lower with Sensex down around 187 points or 0.30% at 61,133.75, and the Nifty trading up by 56 points or 0.31% at 17,980.85. About 1,605 shares have advanced, 1,591 declined, and 169 are unchanged on the BSE.

Top gainers and losers On BSE Sensex Index are as follows

The top Sensex gainers were L&T Ltd, UltraTech Cement and NTPC Ltd whereas the top Sensex losers were HCL Technologies, IndusInd Bank and Nestle India.

The BSE Capital Goods Index was the top gainer on a sectoral basis, while the BSE Realty Index was the top loser. The BSE Capital Goods Index rose 1.54%, led by Schaeffler India and Larsen & Toubro Ltd while the BSE Realty Index fell 1.41%, dragged by Oberoi Realty and IB Real Estate Developers Ltd.

On February 17, 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  

1  

Precision Electronic Ltd  

42  

5  

2  

Eyantra Ventures Ltd  

86.15  

5  

3  

Paragon Finance Ltd  

42.05  

4.99  

4  

Swagtam Trading Services Ltd  

48.35  

4.99  

5  

Shri Ganga Industries and Allied Products Ltd  

76.8  

4.99  

6  

Chowgule Steamships Ltd  

12.66  

4.98  

7  

Corporate Merchant Bankers Ltd  

15.18  

4.98  

8  

Tulsyan Nec Ltd  

25.51  

4.98  

9  

Jhaveri Capital Credit Ltd  

25.52  

4.98  

10  

Classic Filaments Ltd  

25.73  

4.98  

The indices in the broader markets were trading mixed, with the BSE Midcap index down 0.40% and the BSE Small cap index up 0.13%, respectively. The top mid-cap gainers were Adani Power and Ramco Cements, while the top small-cap gainers were EKI Energy and Sagar Cements. 

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