Buzzing shares: Vodafone Belief, RIL, SBI, Bajaj Finance

The NSE Nifty index changed into procuring and selling 108.15 aspects down at 9205.75

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Excellent Updated: Apr 24, 2020, 09.29 AM IST

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RIL (Rs 180.05  crore) changed into leading the pack of most active shares in value terms.

NEW DELHI: Vodafone Belief with over 3.39 crore shares altering fingers changed into leading amongst the most traded shares on NSE on Friday.

Shares of Reliance Communications (Rs 1.06 crore), SBI (Rs 0.38 crore), Equitas Holdings (Rs 0.36 crore), YES Monetary institution (Rs 0.34 crore), Tata Motors (Rs 0.31 crore), RBL Monetary institution (Rs 0.27 crore), Morepen Labs (Rs 0.25 crore), ICICI Monetary institution (Rs 0.24 crore) and Zee Ent. (Rs 0.22 crore) moreover featured amongst the most traded shares on the NSE. RIL (Rs 180.05 crore) changed into leading the pack of most active shares in value terms.

It changed into followed by Bajaj Finance (Rs 141.31 crore), HDFC Monetary institution (Rs 120.98 crore), HDFC (Rs 84.00 crore), Aurobindo Pharma (Rs 79.30 crore), Axis Monetary institution (Rs 77.63 crore), SBI Cards (Rs 77.60 crore), ICICI Monetary institution (Rs 76.97 crore), SBI (Rs 69.83 crore) and Glenmark Pharma (Rs 59.76 crore).

The NSE Nifty index changed into procuring and selling 108.15 aspects down at 9205.75 , while BSE Sensex changed into down 407.18 aspects at 31455.9 around 09: 23AM (IST). In the Nifty index, HCL Technologies (up 3.04 per cent), Cipla (up 3.00 per cent), Bharti Infratel (up 2.62 per cent), Britannia Industries (up 2.11 per cent) and Larsen & Toubro (up 1.65 per cent) were amongst top gainers.

While Zee Leisure Enterprises (down 5.01 per cent), ICICI Monetary institution (down 4.73 per cent), Bajaj Finance (down 4.40 per cent), IndusInd Monetary institution (down 3.34 per cent) and Axis Monetary institution (down 3.00 per cent) were the tip losers.

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