Top 5 gainers and losers in the Midcap and Smallcap segment for 2021!

Top 5 gainers and losers in the Midcap and Smallcap segment for 2021!

by 5paisa Research Team Last Updated: Jan 03, 2022, 05:23 PM IST

List of top 5 gainers and losers in the Midcap and Smallcap segment for the year 2021.

As 2022 rings in, and we look back, 2021 emerged as a phenomenal and unprecedented and undoubtedly the best year for the bulls of Dalal Street since 2017.

S&P BSE Sensex and Nifty50 rallied 22% and 25%, respectively. The Sensex logged an all-time high of 62245.43 on October 19 while 18604.45 for Nifty50.

The broad market indices namely S&P BSE Midcap and S&P BSE Smallcap logged a gain of 39.18 and 62.77%, respectively. The all-time high for the Midcap segment was logged at 27246.34 and 30416.82 for Smallcap Index on October 19. The S&P BSE Midcap and S&P BSE Smallcap closed at24970.08 and 29457.56 respectively.

Let us have a look at the top 5 gainers in the Midcap space for 2021:

 

 

Brightcom Group Ltd. 

 

2517.69 

 

National Standard (India) Ltd. 

 

1915.19 

 

RattanIndia Enterprises Ltd. 

 

604.44 

 

Saregama India Ltd. 

 

529.36 

 

Olectra Greentech Ltd. 

 

488.44 

 

The bull rally was led by Brightcom Group Ltd in the midcap segment. The shares of the company delivered a sharp gain of 2517.69%. The share price of the company rose from Rs 6.84 to Rs 179.05 during the year. The stock registered its 52-week high at Rs 204.80 on December 24. The company is a global provider of online or digital marketing services to direct marketers, brand advertisers, and marketing agencies. The company reported successful two quarters for FY 2022. The half-yearly net revenue and net profit were up by 37.56 and 55.44%, respectively. The stock came into action after its board approved allotment of equity shares and warrants to the FBI and other investors. The stock saw a significant jump after Shankar Sharma of First Global acquired a stake in the company via preferential route.

The top 5 losers from the Midcap segment for 2021 are as follows:

 

  

Dhani Services Ltd. 

 

-48.69 

 

RBL Bank Ltd. 

 

-45.02 

 

Astrazeneca Pharma India Ltd. 

 

-32.91 

 

Whirlpool Of India Ltd. 

 

-32.88 

 

Amara Raja Batteries Ltd. 

 

-31.16 

 

 The laggards of the midcap segment were led by Dhani Services Ltd. The shares of the company fell 48.69% from Rs 321.65 to Rs 165.05. Dhani Services Ltd is a consumer business that operates through its app Dhani and provides digital healthcare and digital transactional finance to its customers. Shares of Dhani Services tumbled 7.54% on December 17, reacting to the news of its founder Sameer Gehlaut offloading an 11.9% stake in Indiabulls Housing Finance Company and his decision to resign from the board by March-end. Dhani Services Ltd was demerged from Indiabulls housing and Gehlaut continues to be CEO. The shares of Dhani logged their 52-week low of Rs 139.40 on December 20 shedding 6.93% on the day’s trading session.

Let us move towards the top 5 gainers in the Smallcap segment in 2021: 

 

The top 5 gainers in the Smallcap segment for this week are as follows:

Equippp Social Impact Technologies Ltd. 

 

27834.21 

 

Raghuvir Synthetics Ltd. 

 

3563.92 

 

Radhe Developers (India) Ltd. 

 

3412.45 

 

Xpro India Ltd. 

 

2719.97 

 

Indian Infotech & Software Ltd. 

 

2534.38 

 

The top gainer in the Smallcap segment was Equippp Social Impact Technologies Ltd. The stock surged astronomically 27834.21% during 2021. Share price of the penny stock rose from Rs 0.38 to Rs 106.15 during the period. The agri- biotechnological firm has witnessed a sharp bully rally on the bourses. The stock logged a 52-week high of Rs 194.50 on October 20 fuelled by the bull rally. The company utilizes novel technologies in the field of Agri-Biotechnology nurturing the farming community for increasing the yield potential of the crops.

The top 5 losers in the Smallcap segment for 2021 are as follows:

 

 

Ujjivan Small Finance Bank Ltd. 

 

-52.67 

 

Ujjivan Financial Services Ltd. 

 

-52.15 

 

Strides Pharma Science Ltd. 

 

-49.05 

 

Bliss GVS Pharma Ltd. 

 

-48.84 

 

Future Lifestyle Fashions Ltd. 

 

-41.37 

 

The losers of smallcap space were led by Ujjivan Small Finance Bank Ltd and its holding company Ujjivan Financial Services Ltd (83.32% of the equity shareholding and 100% of preference shareholding of Ujjivan SFB). The shares of Ujjivan SFB fell sharply from Rs 39.30 to Rs 18.60 registering a loss of 52.67% in the stock price for the year. The troubled lender Ujjivan SFB has posted weak quarters for FY2022 with Net Loss amounting to Rs 507.27 crore and NPA rose to 3.29% as of September 30, 2021. Its Capital Adequacy Ratio stood at 22.19% in September 2021, down from 30.99% a year ago and 25.88% in June 2021. A scheme of amalgamation had been approved to merge Ujjivan Financial Services Ltd into Ujjivan Small Finance Bank Ltd to meet the minimum shareholding norms.

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