May 14th Stock Market Top Gainers and Losers

May 14th Stock Market Top Gainers and Losers May 14th Stock Market: On the fourth day of the week, the stock market trading with the bearish trend. The Sensex traded with a loss of 885.72 points reached a 31,122.89 level with 2.77% down. Whereas, Nifty traded with a loss of 240.80 points reached 9,142.75 level with 2.57% down.... The post May 14th Stock Market Top Gainers and Losers appeared first on stockinvestor.in.

May 14th Stock Market Top Gainers and Losers

May 14th Stock Market Top Gainers and Losers

May 14th Stock Market: On the fourth day of the week, the  trading with the bearish trend. The Sensex traded with a loss of 885.72 points reached a 31,122.89 level with 2.77% down. Whereas, Nifty traded with a loss of 240.80 points reached 9,142.75 level with 2.57% down.

In the border market, the S&P BSE Midcap traded with a loss of 45.61 points reached 11,536.11 level with 0.39% down. Whereas, S&P BSE SmallCap traded with a loss of 67.95 points reached 10,706.48 level with 0.63% down. At the same time, Nifty bank traded with a loss of 566.45 points reached 19,068.50 with 2.88% down.

Top Gainers

Bharti Infratel Limited: The share traded with a gain of 8.50 points reached 204.65 INR with 4.33% up in NSE. Whereas in BSE, it traded with a gain of 13.35 points reached 209.50 INR with 6.81% up.

Hero Motocorp Ltd: The share traded with a gain of 57.40 points reached 2,245.00 INR with 2.62% up in NSE. Whereas in BSE, it traded with a gain of 49.95 points reached 2,241.25 INR with 2.28% up. 

Zee Entertainment Enterprises Ltd: The share traded with a gain of 3.50 points reached 168.65 INR with 2.12% up in NSE. Whereas in BSE, it traded with a gain of 4.10 points reached 169.55 INR with 2.48% up.

Larsen & Toubro Limited: The share traded with a gain of 16.10 points reached 879.00 INR with 1.87% up in NSE. Whereas in BSE, it traded with a gain of 8.30 points reached 871.80 INR with 0.96% up.

UltraTech Cement Ltd: The share traded with a gain of 43.30 points reached 3,590.00 INR with 1.22% up in NSE. Whereas in BSE, it traded with a gain of 58.55 points reached 3,611.25 INR with 1.65% up.

Top Losers

Tech Mahindra Limited: The share traded with a loss of 29.00 points reached 515.75 INR with 5.32% down in NSE. Whereas in BSE, it traded with a loss of 28.55 points reached 515.85  INR with 5.24% down.

Infosys Limited: The share traded with a loss of 35.95 points reached 658.20 INR with 5.18% down in NSE. Whereas in BSE, it traded with a loss of 35.80 points reached 658.10 INR with 5.16% down.

Hindalco Industries Ltd: The share traded with a loss of 5.95 points reached 117.60 INR with 4.82% down in NSE. Whereas in BSE, it traded with a loss of 5.80 points reached 117.70 INR with 4.70% down.

Housing Development Finance Corp Ltd: The share traded with a loss of 76.55 points reached 1,636.20 INR with 4.47% down in NSE. Whereas in BSE, it traded with a loss of 80.35 points reached 1,632.50 INR with 4.69% down.

Indusind Bank Ltd: The share traded with a loss of 18.95 points reached 429.65 INR with 4.22% down in NSE. Whereas in BSE, it traded with a loss of 20.00 points reached 428.40 INR with 4.46% down.

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