|Company Name||LTP||GAIN(%)||Day's Low||Day's High||Days Volume|
|Power Grid Corpn||211.75||-3.4 %||210.65||218.80||498873||Trade|
|IndusInd Bank||1088.05||-2.6 %||1055.00||1124.60||197355||Trade|
|Larsen & Toubro||2114.60||-2.1 %||2083.70||2173.10||63512||Trade|
|Tata Steel||118.70||-1.6 %||116.90||121.05||2244982||Trade|
|Hind. Unilever||2571.30||-1.6 %||2532.00||2610.00||30234||Trade|
|Tata Motors||443.55||-0.4 %||437.70||450.10||819204||Trade|
|St Bk of India||538.35||-0.3 %||525.05||554.50||1702096||Trade|
|H D F C||2650.60||-0.3 %||2597.75||2660.30||35747||Trade|
|Bharti Airtel||772.00||-0.3 %||763.00||774.55||32326||Trade|
What Are BSE Losers?
The BSE, formerly known as the Bombay Stock Exchange, is Asia’s oldest stock exchange. Its stock index is called BSE SENSEX and depicts the market standing of the top 30 companies listed on BSE. The shares of these 30 companies listed on BSE are traded daily in the stock market. As a result of many factors, the stock price of these shares goes up and down throughout the day.
A Loser is a share that has not performed well in the stock market on a particular day. A share or security is termed a Loser if its stock price at market closing time was less than its stock price when the market opened. As opposed to BSE Gainers [SR2] , BSE Losers are the stocks whose prices have declined in a specific time period.
SENSEX Losers: The BSE SENSEX is a free-float stock market index that gives the market standing of BSE in real-time. Traders keep a close watch on the list of BSE Top Losers today as these are the securities that see a decline in their stock price. Doing so helps in steering clear of high-risk investments and losses.
BSE Losers are indirectly related to the BSE SENSEX. This is how the movement of BSE top gainers affects BSE SENSEX:
A rise in the number of BSE Losers causes the SENSEX to fall.
A decline in the number of BSE Losers means that more stocks have gained value, resulting in the rise of the SENSEX
How Are the Top Losers in BSE Determined?
Depending on the purpose of stock analysis, one can determine the price movement on the securities listed under the National Stock Exchange for any fixed time period - hourly, daily, weekly, monthly, and so on. However, the most common time interval to calculate losses is daily or in real-time.
The top Losers today in BSE can be determined by calculating and comparing the losses on the price of a stock today. This value is determined in terms of percentage using this formula:
Current Price - Opening Price
BSE Loss = ---------------------------------------- x 100%
To determine the BSE Losers today, two metrics can be considered - volume and value. Volume is the number of shares of a company/security traded in a day. Every transaction of shares between share traders contributes to this number. The other metric is value, in which the stock is at a higher price point than earlier. A decline in either or both of these metrics can lead to a BSE loss.
Share market experts and analysts like to watch lists such as Today Top Losers of BSE to determine whose share value is decreasing and why.
How To Use the BSE India Top Losers List?
The BSE India Top Losers List is a compilation of the stocks that have witnessed the largest decline in value. This list is available online and updated by BSE in real-time. The market loss for each BSE Loser is expressed in percentage change. Features such as toggle and sort can help you find out the SENSEX Top Losers today based on filters such as loss percentage, daily/weekly/monthly performance, and deliverables.
Investors with considerable trading experience will tell you that analyzing the top Losers share today in BSE can help you in:
• Finding out the lowest-performing stocks in BSE
• Planning your trading strategies to avoid major losses
• Keeping track of the low-risk and high-risk securities
• Determining whether the loss is temporary or consistent
• Projecting which shares are likely to perform poorly in the long-term
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