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Based on open term interest percentage, a long accumulation was seen in 56 stocks, including Hindustan Copper, India Cements, Bank Nifty, Tata Chemicals and Coal India.

Trade Setup for Wednesday: 14 Things to Know Before the Bell Opens



  • Exclusive: Growth and profit are both important to us – Falguni Nair

  • Market continues to fall, Sensex breaks 435 – Nifty closed below 17900

  • On the expiry day, the market mood is bad, Sensex breaks up to 600 points, you know the reason?

  • PolicyBazaar IPO Refund: If you didn’t get the shares and didn’t return the money, then do you know what the problem is?

  • Nawab Malik’s son-in-law sends Rs 5 crore defamation notice to Devendra Fadnavis

  • Kafeel Khan: Yogi government sacked Dr Kafeel Khan from BRD College Gorakhpur, Priyanka Gandhi under attack

  • RBI Governor’s warning on cryptocurrency said it is dangerous in terms of financial stability

  • SBI or La Poste? Know where you will get the most interest from investing – know the details

  • Nykaa IPO: Falguni Nair’s wealth rises, included in billionaires list

  • YES Securities downgrades the rating of this cement stock after weak results in the second quarter, do you know the reason?

  • The changes will be announced in the MSCI index tomorrow, know which companies will be included and which will be excluded

  • Kangana Ranaut: Do you know why Kangana Ranaut was looking for Karan Johar during the Padma Awards?

  • Launch of e-GCA: Jyotiraditya Scindia launches e-GCA online platform and will benefit from 298 DGCA services

  • US FDA shock, this pharmaceutical stock fell 4%, what do you have?

  • 8 million tonnes of plastic waste spilled due to corona virus outbreak – report



Last name Price To change % changes
Sbi 520.40 -10.65 -2.01
ntpc 159.40 3.80 2.44
Indiabulls Hsg 124.85 1.15 0.93
Nhpc 35.10 -0.80 -2.23

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