Share Market Updates: Lakshmibar also depressed market! Any penny stocks showing hope? –

Share Market Updates: The Wall Street index fell more than 1% overnight due to conflicting economic data and the worsening Covid situation. Asian markets were also lower, with Indian benchmark indices falling more than half a percent.

BSE Realty, BSE Utilities and BSE Power were all the worst performing sectors with losses of around 1%. Healthcare and metal stocks were least hit. On the BSE, 1,311 shares advanced and 1,843 shares declined, with the advance-decline ratio strongly favoring the decline.

At 10:40 am, the BSE Sensex was down 0.52%, touching the level of 60,593. The Nifty 50 index lost 0.54% to 18,024 levels. On the Sensex, Tata Steel and Sun Pharmaceuticals were the only gainers, while Tata Motors, Ultratech Cement Company and Hindustan Unilever Ltd dragged the market.

Penny Stock

The BSE midcap index was the worst hit, falling over 1% primarily due to financial services stocks. GTPL Hathaway, the top BSE smallcap gainer, rose more than 9%, keeping small-cap bulls busy in an otherwise weak market. Shares of Exaro Tiles and Sharda Cropchem Ltd were also bought in large numbers.

Below is the list of penny stocks locked in the above circuit today. Keep a close eye on these stocks for the upcoming session.

Sr. No Stock Name LTP Change (%)
1 Shiva Granito Export 5.44 9.9
2 Thirani Projects 2.23 9.85
3 Diksha Greens 2.95 9.67
4 Ajel Ltd 8.4 5
5 Jai Mata Glass 1.05 5

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