The second wave of Corona virus epidemic in the country has created a fury. The market has suffered due to restrictions such as lockdown in many states including Delhi, Rajasthan. Because of this, the stock market continues to fluctuate. While the BSE Sensex crossed the 52,000 mark in February, it has now come down to 48,000.
Similarly, the NSE Nifty has fallen more than 7% from its all-time high of 15,431 points to below the 14,400 level. During this period, there are 7 such stocks listed in Nifty which have broken more than 20% since reaching their 52-week highs in February this year. Most of these are banking and auto stocks.
IndusInd Bank shares reached their 52-week high of Rs 1120 per share on February 25. But since then, the bank’s share prices have fallen by more than 23%. Today its shares were trading up 3.14% at Rs 858 per share in 2.10 pm.
Coal India Ltd
Shares of Coal India Ltd. reached their 52-week high on 26 February. Its shares had then reached a price of Rs 163. But since then, the company’s share prices have fallen by more than 24%. Today its shares were trading up 0.44% at Rs 125 per share in 2.10 pm.
Hero MotoCorp Ltd
Hero MotoCorp shares reached their 52-week high on 18 February. Then its share price was Rs 3629. But since then, the company’s share prices have fallen by more than 22%. Today its shares were trading up 1.93% at Rs 2839.25 per share.
Bajaj Finance Ltd
Bajaj Finance shares were trading at a price of Rs 4615 with a gain of 3.02% today, while its shares reached a 52-week high of Rs 5,822 per share on February 16, 2021. That is, the company’s share prices have decreased by more than 23% in the last 2 months.
State Bank Of India
SBI stock prices have fallen more than 23% from their 52-week high of 18 February. On 18 February, the price of 1 share of the company was Rs 428, which is trading 0.36% today at Rs 332.35.
Eicher Motors Ltd
The stock of Eicher Motors Ltd. has also decreased by 22% in the last 2 months. On 22 January, the price of one share of the company reached Rs 3037, which is the maximum level of the price of the company’s stocks in a year. But after this, its shares were trading at Rs 2349.15, down 0.89% today due to the ongoing upsurge in the market.
Maruti Suzuki India Ltd
Maruti Suzuki India Ltd. shares reached their 52-week high of Rs 8,329 per share on January 12. But since then, the bank’s share prices have fallen by more than 20%. Today its shares were trading up by 1.76% at Rs 6626.25 per share in 2.20 pm.
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