March 19th Media Shares

March 19th Media Shares Witness A Loss

March 19th Media Shares Witness A Loss

New Delhi: To begin with, the March 19th media shares seem to have dropped in the afternoon trade. Yet, the Jagran Prakashan and TV Today Network managed to stay in the green. However, the list below shows the trade values of the following companies: 

Top Loser in the March 19th Media Share Market 

Dish TV India – Traded with 0.25 points down reached 5.40 INR with 4.42%. Also, its previous close stood at 5.65 INR.

Balaji Telefilms – Traded with 1.90 points down reached 31.85 INR with 5.63%. Also, its previous close stood at 33.75 INR.

TV18 Broadcast – Traded with 0.25 points down reached 13.85 INR with 1.77%. Also, its previous close stood at 14.10 INR.

Zee Media Corporation Ltd. – Traded with 0.15 points down reached 3.40 INR with 4.23%. Also, its previous close stood at 3.55 INR.

Network 18 Fincap – Traded with 0.85 points down reached 16.85 INR with 4.80%. Also, its previous close stood at 17.70 INR.

Music Broadcast – Traded with 3.25 points down reached 13.15 INR with 19.28%. Also, its previous close stood at 16.40 INR.

Hathway Cable & Datacom – Traded with 1.05 points down reached 12.05 INR with 8.02%. Also, its previous close stood at 13.10 INR.

DB Corp –  Traded with 0.55 points down reached 88.00 INR with 0.62%. Also, its previous close stood at 88.55 INR.

Zee Entertainment – Traded with 22.65 points down reached 141.45 INR with 13.80%. Also, its previous close stood at 164.10 INR.

Top Gainers: 

Jagran Prakashan – Traded with 1.10 points up reaching 43.05 INR with 2.62%. Also, its previous close stood at 41.95 INR.

TV Today Network – Traded with 8.60 points up reaching 141.90 INR with 6.45%. Also, its previous close stood at 133.30 INR.

Besides, on the fourth consecutive day, the stock market traded with a bearish trend. The Sensex trading with a loss of 581.28 points reached a 28,288.38 level with 2.01% down. Whereas Nifty trading with a loss of 205.70 points reached 8,263.10 level with 2.42% down.

In the border market, S&P BSE Midcap traded with a loss of 410.69 points reached a 10,694.45 level with 3.70% down. While S&P BSE SmallCap traded with a loss of 461.09 points reached 9,721.70 level with 4.53% down.

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