Top Performing Stocks After June 2020 Quarter Results

  • by THO
  • 1 year ago
  • news
  • 1
Top Performing Stocks After June 2020 Quarter Results

Stock Market Today – 26th August 2020

Top-performing stocks after the June 2020 quarter results have been declared. They are as follows, Aarti Drugs with 270% return, Majesco with 168% return, Persistent with 97.97% return, AU Small Finance Bank with 92.75% return, BBTC, Hexaware, Affle India and Dhanuka Agritech with 80.57%, 76.73%, 72.13% and 71.80% respectively.

opened at 11515 today. Yesterday, Index made a day high of 11525 and closed at 11472. Indian Cash Market Index, Nifty Small Cap opened at 5826 today. The major players of the market, FII & PRO together hold a net position of (-) 310 contracts in Index Option as on 25th August 2020. Nifty and Trend indicate “Buy-Bias”, but can switch to “Sell-Bias” or “Buy” swiftly.

To get a comprehensive knowledge and details about Nifty Open Interest, subscribe to our app Value Stocks or the website www.valuestocks.in.

On the Global front, the US Index, opened at 3445 today, which is near its yesterday’s close of 3443. Hong Kong Benchmark Index, opened at 25551, yesterday Index made a day high of 25621 and closed at 25486. The Japan Benchmark Index, Nikkei opened at 23260.

The US 10 Year T-Note is trading at 139.09. The Bond has crucial support at 117.42 made on 5th Nov 2018. The is trading at 93.153.

Major Sector Performance as on 25th AugustMajor Sector Performance as on 25th August

Minor Sector Performance as on 25th AugustMinor Sector Performance as on 25th August

Large Cap Gainers and Losers as on 25th AugustLarge Cap Gainers and Losers as on 25th August

Mid Cap Gainers and Losers as on 25th AugustMid Cap Gainers and Losers as on 25th August

Small Cap Gainers and Losers as on 25th AugustSmall Cap Gainers and Losers as on 25th August

Result Today
Result Today

DISCLAIMER:
There is no guarantee of profits or no exceptions from losses. The investment advice provided is solely the personal views of the research team. You are advised to rely on your judgment while investing/ Trading decisions. Past performance is not an indicator of future returns. Investment is subject to market risks. You should read and understand the Risk Disclosure Documents before trading/Investing.

Source by [author_name]

Compare listings

Compare