Top 5 stocks of the day: Approximately 29 equities in the Nifty 50 index had gains today, while the remaining 21 saw losses. The Nifty 50 index’s biggest gainers at the close are shares of BPCL, Adani Ports, Asian Paints, Cipla, and Titan Company. The Nifty 50 pack’s top losers after closing were shares of NTPC, Infosys, and ICICI Bank. Nifty Realty saw the biggest increase among the sectoral indices, up 1.52%, followed by the Nifty Pharma and Healthcare index. Additionally, Nifty Metal, FMCG, and Oil & Gas also had notable increases.
Sensex and NSE Nifty50
In contrast to the previous close of 19,406.70, the Nifty 50 began on Wednesday at 19,449.60. It reached its intraday high and low at 19,464.40 and 19,401.50, respectively. Nifty 50 eventually closed at 19,443.50, up 0.19 percent, or 37 points. In contrast to the previous closing of 64,942.40, the Sensex opened at 65,101.95. It reached its intraday high at 65,124 and low at 64,851.06, respectively. Sensex ended the day up 33 points, or 0.05 percent, at 64,975.61.
Top 5 stocks of the day
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Gujarat Pipavav Port Ltd reported a 51% increase in profit
In the September quarter, Gujarat Pipavav Port Ltd reported a 51% increase in consolidated net profit of Rs 107.6 crore, aided by increased revenue, on Wednesday. The company reported in a regulatory filing that its net profit for the previous year was Rs 70.8 crore. In comparison to the same quarter last year, total revenues increased to Rs 274.2 crore from Rs 237.8 crore. Comparing the same quarter last year, expenses were Rs 132.9 crore versus Rs 137.2 crore. Additionally, for the fiscal year 2023–2024, the Board of Directors approved an interim dividend of Rs. 3.60 per share and set November 21 as the record date to identify the members who qualify to receive the payout.
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