Small-cap stocks: Keep a close eye on these trending stocks on 5 October, 2021.

Small-cap stocks: Keep a close eye on these trending stocks on 5 October, 2021.

by 5paisa Research Team Last Updated: Dec 13, 2022 - 04:20 pm 50.7k Views
Listen icon

On Monday, BSE Small-cap index jumped 481.10 points i.e. 1.71% to end at 28,603.88.

Nifty 50 and BSE Sensex on Monday, October 4, 2021, gained by 0.91% each to end at 17,691.2 and 59,299.3 respectively. Divis Labs, Hindalco, NTPC and Bajaj Finserv were the top blue-chip gainers of the day. While Cipla, Grasim, UPL and Eicher Motors were top losers. BSE Small-cap index jumped 481.10 points i.e. 1.71% to end at 28,603.88.

Keep a close eye on these trending small-cap stocks for Tuesday:

NCC – The company has announced that it has received two new orders worth Rs 444 crore (exclusive of GST) in September 2021. These orders are received from state government agencies and do not include any internal orders. The first order is valued at Rs 280 crore and pertains to the water and environment division. The second order is worth Rs 164 crore and pertains to the building division.

KPIT Technologies – The company has recently announced that it would make significant investments with a specific focus on middleware solutions with a vision to accelerate the client’s transformation to software-defined vehicles across both passenger and commercial vehicle segments. The company has said in a filing with the exchange that – “KPIT intends to develop and enhance technologies and infrastructure to help OEMs and Tier 1s in this mega transformation of vehicle architecture. It will address the emerging challenges through solutions in software integration, architecture consulting, platform component integration, integrated tooling, and CI/CT/CD infrastructure to help OEMs accelerate the stitching of diverse components together.”

Vakrangee – The company announced that it has tied up with BigHaat Agro Private Limited to provide end to end agri-services, digital advisory as well as access to quality agri input products to the farmer community in the remotest part of the country. Under this partnership, Vakrangee through its Nextgen Kendras and BharatEasy mobile app will be able to provide a wide range of quality inputs such as seeds, pesticides, fertilizers, nutrients and farm implements. BigHaat is India’s leading agri digital platform transforming the agriculture value chain from pre-harvest to post-harvest leveraging science, data and technology.

52-week High Stocks - The following stocks have made fresh 52-week high today – Sree Rayalaseema Hi-Strength Hypo, Solar Industries, Bodal Chemicals, Meghmani Finechem, Linc Pen and Plastics, DCW limited and Vinyl Chemicals (India). Keep a close eye on these counters on Tuesday, 5 October, 2021.

Share Market Today


How do you rate this article?

Start Investing in 5 mins*

Rs. 20 Flat Per Order | 0% Brokerage

378X91-D3

About the Author

Our research team is composed of some highly qualified research professionals, their expertise range across sectors.


Enjoy 0%* Brokerage with 5paisa
Resend OTP
Please Enter OTP
Mobile No. belongs to

By proceeding, you agree to the T&C.

Latest News
52-Week High Stocks: Bharti Airtel, Mahindra & Mahindra, and More; Do You Own Any?

Bharti Airtel has been in the spotlight after announcing a definitive agreement with Axiata Group's Dialog to merge its operations in Sri Lanka.  This has led to Airtel’s stock to surge to a fresh 52-week high, reaching a price of ₹1280.0.

Dynacons Systems & Solutions Share Price Soars 83% in 15 Sessions, Surges 340% in a Year

Dynacons Systems & Solutions, an Indian-based IT company, experienced a substantial surge in its share value with shares rising 83.50% in 15 trading sessions and 340% in one year, driven by heightened investor sentiment follow

8 FPIs Settle Alleged Adani Stock Violations with SEBI

More than half a dozen foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) that owned substantial stakes in Adani Group firms are looking to settle securities violation matters with markets regulator SEBI, said people familiar with the matter.