midcap stocks: Stock market update: BSE MidCap index falls nearly 2%; Bank of India tumbles 10%


NEW DELHI: S&P BSE MidCap index was buying and selling with losses at 02:41PM (IST) on Friday.

Shares of

(down 9.99 per cent), LIC Housing Finance (down 6.5 per cent), Apollo Hospitals Enterprises (down 6.23 per cent), Bharat Heavy Electricals (down 6.04 per cent) and Aditya Birla Capital Ltd (down 6.02 per cent) had been the highest losers within the index.

While The New Indian Assurance (up 11.94 per cent), IDFC First Bank (up 7.31 per cent), Natco Pharma (up 2.95 per cent), Crisil (up 2.4 per cent) and Aditya Birla Fashion & Retail (up 1.65 per cent) had been among the many prime gainers.

The S&P BSE MidCap index was buying and selling 1.85 per cent down at 19998.66 round 02:41PM.

Benchmark NSE Nifty50 index was down 148.45 factors at 14970.5, whereas the BSE Sensex was down 462.83 factors at 50861.86.

Among the 50 shares within the Nifty index, 9 had been buying and selling within the inexperienced, whereas 41 had been within the purple.

Shares of Vodafone Idea, PNB, , Central Bank of India and Bank of Maharashtra had been among the many most traded shares on the NSE.

Shares of The New India Assurance, Rossari Biotech, IDFC First Bank, Redington and Karur Vysya Bank hit their recent 52week excessive in at the moment’s commerce, whereas hit recent 52 week low in commerce.

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