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Top gainers, losers today: Maruti Suzuki, TCS, Cipla, Shree Cements, Adani Ent, RattanIndia Power; check full list here

Top gainers during June 26th trade session: Maruti Suzuki, Cipla, RattanIndia Power, Univatsu India, and Artemis Medicare Services. Top losers: TCS, Reliance Industries, Power Grid, NTPC, and Shree Cements.

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Indian markets witnessed a cautious tone on Monday amidst weak global cues after concerns over economic growth emerged amidst political instability in Russia. Buying in pharma, consumer durables, and auto stocks kept bears off the bay in Sensex and Nifty 50. Midcap and smallcap stocks also picked up momentum. However, PSU banks and oil & gas stocks saw slight selling. India's volatility index jumped over 1.4%.

Sensex ended at 62,970, lower by 9.37 points or 0.01%. On the other hand, Nifty 50 settled at 18,691.20, up by 25.70 points or 0.14%.

Talking about the market's performance, Vinod Nair, Head of Research at Geojit Financial Services said, "The global market exhibited a negative bias as concerns regarding economic growth emerged in light of the political instability in Russia. This instability led to an increase in oil prices, driven by worries over potential supply disruptions, given Russia's status as one of the largest oil producers."

On the domestic front, Nair added, “The market experienced limited downside as the pharma and auto sectors provided support. Additionally, mid and small-cap stocks were seen recovering their positions following a recent sell-off, indicating a regained investor confidence in these segments."

About 1,797 stocks advanced, while 1,860 stocks declined and 160 stocks remained unchanged. A total of 114 stocks hit new 52-week highs, on the contrary, 42 stocks hit new 52-week lows.

Here is the list of top gainers and losers during June 26th trade session:

Sensex:

Top gainers: Maruti Suzuki (+1.67%), Tata Motors (+1.54%), Titan (+1.14%), Ultratech Cement (+0.99%), and Bajaj Finserv (-0.56%).

Top losers: TCS (-0.86%), Reliance Industries (-0.84%), NTPC (-0.70%), Power Grid (-0.64%), and L&T (-0.55%).

Nifty 50:

Top gainers: Cipla (+3.48%), Adani Enterprises (+3.06%), Hero MotoCorp (+2.64%), Tata Consumer Products (+2.50%), and UPL (+1.82%).

Top losers: Power Grid (-0.82%), TCS (-0.82%), Reliance Industries (-0.78%), NTPC (-0.75%), and Coal India (-0.71%).

BSE:

Top gainers: RattanIndia Power end at 20% upper circuit, Steel Exchange India end at 10% upper circuit. SPARC (+9.24%), Saregama India (+7.33%), HCC (+6.95%).

Top losers: Shree Cements (-5.89%), Dhampur Sugar Mills (-3.97%), Godfrey Phillips India (-3.20%), Lakshmi Machine Works (-2.96%), and Apollo Tyres (-2.93%).

NSE:

Top gainers: Eldeco Housing And Industries, Univatsu India, and RattanIndia Power settle 20% upper circuit each. Artemis Medicare Services (+18.43%), and Excel Realty N Infra (+14.29%).

Top losers: North EA CA Co-RE (-14.29%), Euro India Fresh Foods (-10.49%), Vishwaraj Sugar Industries (-9.57%), Usha Martin Education & Solutions (-9.33%), and Eros International Media (-9.24%).

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Published: 26 Jun 2023, 04:32 PM IST
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