Adani Share Price: Adani Group Stocks, which are continuously beating the market moves, today came under the grip of the decline of the broader market. Almost all the stocks of the group started the business on the last day of the week with a good momentum, but as the business progressed, many stocks went into losses one after the other. However, the process of upper circuit on Adani Green’s stock is not taking the name of stopping.
lower circuit on this stock
Almost all the scrips of the group made a good start to the business. During the trading, the flagship stock Adani Enterprises lost its initial momentum and went into a loss of about 03 per cent by the close. At the same time, the prices of two shares of the group, Adani Power and NDTV, fell by more than 4-4 per cent. NDTV today hit the lower circuit.
Adani Green’s momentum continues
The three stocks of the group, Adani Green, Adani Transmission and Adani Total Gas started today with upper circuit. All three were put under upper circuit a day before. Talking about Adani Green, during the last one month, its price has increased by about 110 percent. However, Adani Transmission and Adani Total Gas lost initial momentum.
This is the condition of other stocks
Talking about other shares of the group, the price of Adani Ports declined by about 2.50 percent. Adani Wilmar saw a decline of more than 03 percent. ACC also remained in loss of more than two per cent. While the price of Ambuja Cement remained almost stable.
Performance of all stocks:
|company’s name||Today’s closing price (on BSE, in Rs)||Change (in %)|
|Adani Total Gas||1007.80||2.49|
The market fell on the second day as well
Talking about the domestic stock market, a decline was recorded for the second consecutive day today. In the trading of the last day of the week, both the major indices BSE Sensex and NSE Nifty were under pressure from the beginning. After the end of trading, the Sensex remained in loss of about 400 points, while the Nifty declined by more than 130 points.
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