Stock market Feb 20: almost 65 stocks hit a 52-week low on NSE

Stock market Feb20: almost 65 stocks hit a 52-week low on NSE

Stock market Feb 20: almost 65 stocks hit a 52-week low on NSE

Stock market Feb 20: On Thursday, February 20, almost 65 stocks reached their 52-week low on NSE. Whereas, both Sensex and Nifty trading bearish in today’s stock market. The Sensex lost 156.16 points with a 0.38% decrease and reached 41,165.80 level. Whereas Nifty lost 46.45 points with a 0.38% decrease and reached 12,078.80 level.

Here is the list of stocks that reached 52-weeks low in today’s stock market:

Sterling and Wilson Solar Ltd: The company closed its trade on Thursday by reducing 9.40 points with a 3.98% decrease and reached 227.00 INR. While in BSE, the company lost 10.25 points with a 4.31% decrease and reached 227.80 INR.

Sobha Ltd: The company closed its trade on Thursday by reducing 13.25 points with a 3.76% decrease and reached 339.10 INR. While in BSE, the company lost 14.00 points with a 3.97% decrease and reached 338.50 INR.

Excel Industries Ltd: The company closed its trade on Thursday by reducing 11.10 points with a 1.57% decrease and reached 694.75 INR. While in BSE, the company lost 19.00 points with a 2.68% decrease and reached 690.50 INR.

Entertainment Network Limited: The company closed its trade on Thursday by reducing 11.35 points with a 5.13% decrease and reached 210.00 INR. While in BSE, the company lost 12.50 points with a 5.60% decrease and reached 210.55 INR.

Punjab & Sind Bank: The company closed its trade on Thursday by reducing 0.25 points with a 1.47% decrease and reached 16.75 INR. While in BSE, the company lost 0.15 points with a 0.88% decrease and reached 16.85 INR.

Kotak Mahindra Bank Ltd: The company closed its trade on Thursday by reducing 16.10 points with a 0.95% decrease and reached 1,685.00 INR. While in BSE, the company lost 15.60 points with a 0.92% decrease and reached 1,684.40 INR.

The top gainers who trade bullish in today’s stock market are IndusInd Bank, Zee Entertainment, Bharti Infratel, Dr. Reddys Laboratory, and YES Bank. Whereas, the top losers of today’s stock market traded bearishly were Cipla, Hindustan Unilever, Nestle India, Wipro, and Kotak Bank.

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