Over 100 stocks hit fresh 52-week high on NSE in today’s trade

By: | Published: July 11, 2016 5:05 PM

Adi Finechem, Agri-Tech, Asian Hotels, Berger Paints, Blue Star, Ulfex, VST Tillers Tractors, YES Bank, Store One Retail, Shriram Transport Finance Corporation, The Ramco Cement, Power Grid Corporation, Phillips Carbon Black, Kesoram Industries, Lakshmi Vilas Bank, LIC Housing Finance, Mahindra & Mahindra Financial Services are some of the companies which hit their new 52-week high level in Monday's trade.

Over 100 stocks hit fresh 52-week high in today's tradeDomestic equity markets remained buoyant on Monday as benchmark indices BSE Sensex and NSE Nifty surged over 1.5 per cent to settle at their highest level in almost 11 months. (Photo: Reuters)

Domestic equity markets remained buoyant on Monday as benchmark indices BSE Sensex and NSE Nifty surged over 1.5 per cent to settle at their highest level in almost 11 months. During the day, midcap index touched their fresh all-time high levels. The 30-share index closed 499.79 points up at 27626.69, while Nifty 50 index settled 144.70 points up at 8,467.90.

On the National Stock Exchange over 100 stocks hit their fresh 52-week on Monday. On the other hand, only 14 hit their new 52-week low levels.

Adi Finechem, Agri-Tech, Asian Hotels, Berger Paints, Blue Star, Ulfex, VST Tillers Tractors, YES Bank, Store One Retail, Shriram Transport Finance Corporation, The Ramco Cement, Power Grid Corporation, Phillips Carbon Black, Kesoram Industries, Lakshmi Vilas Bank, LIC Housing Finance, Mahindra & Mahindra Financial Services are some of the companies which hit their new 52-week high level in Monday’s trade.

Birla Cotsyn, Compuage Infocom, DB (International) Stock Brokers, Era Infra, GPT Infraprojects, Mold-Tek Technologies, Pokarna, SRS and VKS Projects are among 14 stocks which touched their fresh 52-week low of Monday.

Additionally, as per the monthly data released by the Association of Mutual Funds in India (AMFI), equity mutual fund schemes including tax saving equity schemes known as Equity Linked Saving Schemes (ELSS) received net inflow of Rs 320 crore in June 2016 while balanced funds received net inflow of Rs 2,402 crore during the same time period, indicating robust activity by market participants.

All the sectoral indices on the National Stock Exchange (NSE) ended the day in positive terrain, with the metals, auto and banking indices gaining over 2 per cent in trade.

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