Last week’s top gainers and losers in the stock market.


Last week’s top gainers included Coal India, Maruti Suzuki, RIL, and many more, while the top losers included Infosys, HDFC, and Tech Mahindra.

The Sensex and Nifty closed the week on a down note on Friday due to weak global cues. The Sensex dropped 714 points to 57,197, and the Nifty dropped 220 points to 17,171.

All 19 BSE sectoral indices ended the day in the red as a result of the sell-off.

The Sensex is down 1141 points, or 1.96 percent, after Friday’s session, while the Nifty is down 1.74 percent, or 303 points, for the week.

Top looser in the stock market

Infosys: The IT stock fell by Rs 162, or 9.32 percent, to Rs 1585.70 during the week. Infosys closed 2.03 percent lower at Rs 1585.70 in the most recent trading session. The company’s market capitalization has dropped to Rs 6.67 lakh crore.

HDFC Bank: During the week, the lender’s stock dropped 7.47 percent to Rs 109.40. On Friday, ten stocks fell 1.37 percent to Rs 1,355. The company’s market capitalization has dropped to Rs 7.51 lakh crore.

The IT firm was among the top losers on a weekly basis, falling 7.33 percent, or Rs 103.35, in five sessions. On Friday, the stock closed 0.50 percent lower at Rs 1307.05 per share.

Top Gainer in the stock market

Coal India: On the NSE, the large-cap stock closed at Rs 202. It was the biggest gainer on the Nifty this week, rising 8.33% or Rs 15.55.

RIL: Today, RIL’s stock closed 0.85 percent lower at 2758. During the week, though, the stock gained 8.12%, or Rs 207. RIL’s market capitalization was Rs 18.66 lakh crore. In Friday’s session, it reached an all-time high of Rs 2,800.

Maruti Suzuki: The car company’s stock has risen 5.82 percent, or Rs 435, in the last five trading sessions. Maruti’s market capitalization was Rs 2.38 lakh crore. The stock closed 0.35 percent higher on Friday at Rs. 7903.


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