Coal India Leads Gainers As Markets End The Week In Red

The Indian stock market today experienced a diverse array of performances, with notable movements in the NIFTY 50 index. Coal India led the pack of gainers, while Hindustan Unilever found itself at the opposite end.

Coal India stood out as the top gainer, registering a significant surge of 4.06%, raising its stock price to ₹398.80 from the previous close of ₹383.25.

StockCurrent PriceLast Close% Change
Coal India Ltd.₹398.8₹383.254.06%
Adani Ports and Special Economic Zone₹1193.0₹1152.453.52%
Adani Enterprises₹2987.9₹2915.652.48%
Kotak Mahindra Bank₹1806.8₹1764.32.41%
ICICI Bank₹1008.7₹999.20.95%

Adani Ports and Special Economic Zone and Adani Enterprises also showed strong performances, with increases of 3.52% and 2.48%, respectively. Kotak Mahindra Bank and ICICI Bank followed suit with gains of 2.41% and 0.95%.

On the losing side, Hindustan Unilever Ltd. was the biggest laggard, experiencing a significant drop of 3.76%, decreasing its stock price to ₹2,468.90.

StockCurrent PriceLast Close% Change
Hindustan Unilever Ltd.₹2468.9₹2565.4-3.76%
Tata Consultancy Services₹3860.65₹3943.05-2.09%
Mahindra & Mahindra₹1622.3₹1655.55-2.01%
IndusInd Bank₹1535.35₹1561.1-1.65%
HCL Technologies₹1544.0₹1567.95-1.53%

Tata Consultancy Services, Mahindra & Mahindra, IndusInd Bank, and HCL Technologies are also among the notable losers, with their stock prices falling by 2.09%, 2.01%, 1.65%, and 1.53%, respectively.

On Saturday, January 20, both the Nifty 50 and the Sensex, key indices in the domestic market, ended on a negative note. The shares of Reliance Industries and Hindustan Unilever (HUL) were among the major contributors to the losses, as their December quarter results did not meet investor expectations.

The Sensex opened at 72,008.30, with an intraday high and low of 72,026.26 and 71,312.71, respectively. The index closed 260 points or 0.36% lower at 71,423.65. On the sectoral front, the bank, metal, and power indices were up by 0.5-1%, while FMCG, Information Technology, pharma, and realty were down by 0.4-1%.

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