Stock Market

S&P BSE Telecom Index Trades Low; GTPL Hathway Share Plunges 10 Percent

The S&P BSE Telecom index – GTPL Hathway share was exchanging 0.32 percent up at 953.35 around 02:15 pm on October 19, 2018, with a large portion of its parts exchanging red.

GTPL Hathway (down 9.96 percent), Tata Communications (down 3.71 percent), Vindhya Telelinks (down 3.23 percent), Aksh Optifibre (down 2.66 percent), GTL (down 2.31 percent) and Sterlite Technologies (down 1.87 percent) among the slow pokes.

SPML Infra Ltd, Mindteck (India) Ltd, Arman Financial Services Ltd, and Rupa and Company Ltd are among alternate gainers in the BSE’s ‘B’ group on 16 October 2018.

SPML Infra Ltd flooded 19.96 percent to Rs 56.2. The stock was the second greatest gainer in ‘B’ group. On the BSE, 7564 shares were exchanged on the counter so far as against the normal daily volumes of 7548 shares in the previous multi-month.

Mindteck (India) Ltd took off 19.18 percent to Rs 46.3. The stock was the third greatest gainer in ‘B’ group. On the BSE, 17714 shares were exchanged on the counter so far as against the normal daily volumes of 1724 shares in the previous multi-month.

GTPL Hathway share along with shares of GTL Infrastructure (up 4.55 percent), Tejas Networks (up 3.28 percent) and Bharti Infratel (up 1.67 percent) were the best gainers in the record.

Arman Financial Services Ltd added 18.43 percent to Rs 369.5. The stock was the fourth greatest gainer in ‘B’ group. On the BSE, 16 shares were exchanged on the counter so far as against the normal everyday volumes of 1306 shares in the past one month, according to the report of Business Standard.

Benchmark NSE Nifty50 list was down 183.55 at 10,269.5 while BSE Sensex was down 568.6 at 34,210.98 around then. Among the 50 stocks in the Nifty file, 12 were exchanging the green, while 37 were in the red.

GTPL Hathway share along with shares of JP Associates, Reliance Comm, Dewan Housing, YES Bank, Adani Power, Suzlon Energy, Ibull HousingFin, L&T Fin Holding, SREI Infra Fin, South Indian Bank, PFC, GMR Infra, Infibeam Avenues, Reliance Power, PC Jeweler and PNB were among the most traded shares on the NSE, according to the report of Economic Times.

[The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views and/or the official policy of the website. ]
coinmag

Aanchal Ahuja is an enthusiastic, dedicated and committed professional always ready to give an instant response to the clients. She's an expert in managing the day to day office affairs, SEM/SEO, writing and fully aware of social media.

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *