Retail interest: Small investors rush to buy stocks

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Updated: Aug 04, 2020 7:54 AM

Small investors are thronging to the equity markets, as seen in the rise in retail holdings of BSE 500 companies, to 6.5% at the end of June from 6.2% at the end of March and 5.9% in June 2019.

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Small investors are thronging to the equity markets, as seen in the rise in retail holdings of BSE 500 companies, to 6.5% at the end of June from 6.2% at the end of March and 5.9% in June 2019.

The Sensex has rebounded from its March 23 lows to mark its biggest gain in the last 11 years, putting on 18.5% in the June quarter.

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