The main Indian indexes were trading down at 1:00 p.m. on Wednesday, with the NSE Nifty-50 Index down 211.90 points or 1.19 percent at 17,615.40 and the BSE Sensex Index down 682.18 points or 1.12% at a level of 59,990.57. On the BSE, around 819 shares are up, 2,551 are down, and 111 are unchanged.
The following are the BSE Sensex Index’s Top Gainers and Top Losers:
ITC Ltd., Sun Pharmaceuticals Industries Ltd., and Nestle India Ltd. were the top Sensex gainers, while NTPC Ltd., Bajaj Finance Ltd., and Power Grid Corporation of India Ltd. were the top Sensex losers.
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The BSE Mid-Cap Index was down 1.22 percent, while the BSE Small-Cap Index was down 1.01 percent, reflecting lower trading in the wider market indexes.
Aarti Drugs, Alok Industries, TCNS Clothing Co., Cyient, Cera Sanitaryware, Johnson Controls-Hitachi Air Conditioning India, IRB Infrastructure Developers, IPCA Laboratories, Blue Star, EKI Energy Services, J.L. Morison (India), and Bombay Oxygen Investments are the top trending stocks on the BSE today.
The list of cheap stocks that were trapped in the upper circuit on February 22 is as follows: