Triggered by mixed global cues and some profit booking, the S&P BSE Sensex closed the day 57.58 points, or 0.21 per cent, down at 26,846.53, while broader CNX Nifty closed 11.90 points down at 8,131.70.
Here are five stocks that buzzed in today’s trade:
YES Bank: YES Bank shares jumped over 1.5 per cent intraday on Tuesday as it has become the first Indian bank to be selected as an index component of the Dow Jones Sustainability Indices (DJSI) in the Emerging Market Index.
DB Realty: Share price of DB Realty soared over 11 per cent to Rs 69.95 on BSE after the company informed stock exchanges that its subsidiary is proposing to enter in a joint venture agreement with Vishwaroop Estates for development of a project in Bandra, Mumbai. The revenue from the project on completion is expected to be in the region of Rs 3,500 crore. Sensex was down 50 points at 26,854.
Pfizer: Shares of Pfizer Ltd dipped as much as 1.85 per cent on Tuesday after the drug major informed BSE that its managing director Aijaz Tobaccowalla has resigned from the post. Tobaccowalla’s resignation would be effective from October 16.
Reliance Capital: Shares of Reliance Capital surged over 5 per cent on Tuesday after Japan’s Nippon Life acquired 14 per cent additional stake in fund house Reliance Capital Asset Management Company for Rs 1,196 crore, hiking its stake to 49 per cent.
Suven Life Sciences: Drug firm Suven Life Sciences informed BSE that it has been granted patent by Australia, China, Europe, South Korea and the US for a drug used in the treatment of neuro-degenerative diseases. The share price of the company jumped 3.66 per cent to Rs 289.10 on Tuesday.