Adani Share Price: The rally in the shares of Adani Group, which has been going on for almost three weeks, got a break in the early trade on Thursday. When the business started today, except Adani Green, all the other Adani Group Stocks opened at a loss. Earlier, in every session for about three weeks, several stocks of the group were showing Upper Circuit.
As soon as the market opened today, most of the group’s shares came under downward pressure. Only Adani Green started the business on a strong note today. After a few minutes of trading, Adani Ports also made a comeback and managed to recover from the fall. At 09:40 in the morning, Adani Green was in profit of more than 4 percent and Adani Ports was about 0.70 percent. Upper circuit has been installed at Adani Green for the 12th consecutive day today.
Earlier on Wednesday, Adani Enterprises, the flagship company of Adani Group, managed to recover from the continuous decline and gained about 6 per cent. Although today it started the business in loss. Apart from these, all the shares of the group, including Adani Transmission, Adani Wilmar, ACC, Ambuja Cement and NDTV, fell in early trade.
Such is the initial business
|company/stock||Quote (in Rs)/Change (in percentage) in opening trade|
|Adani Enterprises||1817.95 (-1.28%)|
|Adani Green||771.00 (4.06%)|
|Adani Ports||684.79 (0.71%)|
|Adani Power||197.65 (2.10%)|
|Adani Transmission||924.60 (-0.64%)|
|Adani Wilmar||417.00 (-2.27%)|
|Adani Total Gas||887.85 (-3.37%)|
|Ambuja Cement||362.90 (-0.56%)|
Such is the condition of the market
Talking about the domestic stock market, today it is on the path of decline for the sixth consecutive day. In early trade, BSE’s 30-share index Sensex fell by more than 120 points to close at 57,430 points. Similarly, the NSE Nifty fell below 17,930 points with a fall of about 45 points. The domestic market has been suffering losses since Thursday last week. Although Adani Group’s shares were able to beat the market’s move continuously.
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