The benchmark index S&P BSE 500 opened today at 27,381.84 and made its day high at 27,427.47 and it is currently trading almost flat, up by around 0.07%
From the same space, these are the top 3 companies that outperformed the benchmark index and were up by more than 6% today.
Balrampur Chini Mills Limited
Shares of Balrampur Chini Mills Limited were trading today with an up move by more than 6.7% on BSE. The scrip closed on Friday at Rs 414.25 and opened today at Rs 415, a piece. Shares touched their day high today at Rs 444.95 after the surge. The 52-week high of the stock stood at Rs 449.60, whereas the 52-week low is Rs 306.80. Presently, promoters are holding a 42.89% stake in the company, whereas the institutional and non-institutional holdings are 34.99% and 22.11%, respectively.
Multi Commodity Exchange of India Limited
Another top player today is Multi Commodity Exchange of India Limited. Shares were trading today with an up move by more than 6.60% on BSE today. The stock opened today at Rs 1,784.05 a piece and touched its 52-week high today at Rs 1,950. The 52-week high stood at Rs 1,950, whereas the 52-week low stood at Rs 1,156.05. Presently, promoters hold a 24.84% stake in the company whereas the institutional and non-institutional holdings are 74.96% and 0.19%, respectively.
IRB Infrastructure Developers Limited
One more top gainer today which shot up by more than 8.8% is IRB Infrastructure Developers Limited. The stock opened at Rs 30.11 and touched its day high today at Rs 33.10 after the surge. On Friday the shares closed at Rs 35 a piece. The stock has a 52-week high of Rs 35, whereas the 52-week low stood at Rs 19.82. Currently, the promoters are holding a 34.21% stake in the company, whereas the institutional and non-institutional holdings are 55.36% and 10.43%, respectively.
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