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Today there is a strong movement in these stocks, they can remain in trend even on Friday; keep an eye

Highlights

  • BSE Sensex closed at 57,794.32 down by 12 points
  • Nifty closed with a fall of 9 points
  • Tech Mahindra touches 52-week high on Sensex

New Delhi
Most global indices remained flat on Thursday, with the BSE Sensex down only 12 points to close at 57,794.32. Also, the Nifty 50 index was seen staying above 17,203.95 points but closed with a fall of 9 points. The top gainers of the Nifty 50 index include NTPC, HCL Technologies, Dr. Reddy’s Laboratory, Wipro and Cipla. The stocks which were seen in the red today were Bajaj Auto, Reliance, Tata Motors, Bajaj Finance and Tata Steel.

Keep an eye on these stocks for Friday
Panache Digilife- The company has signed an agreement with Israel-based Mobileye Vision Technologies for the distribution agreement of retrofit protection equipment for the Indian market. The Israeli company is a global leader in the development of vision technology for autonomous driving and Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) based in Israel. Panache will also endeavor to expand these ties in terms of manufacturing opportunities, which may open up over time as the government encourages electronics manufacturing as part of the self-reliant India policy.

Rama Steel Tubes- Rama Steel Tubes Limited (RSTL), is a leading manufacturer in the Steel Tube Industry. The company has successfully bagged an order totaling Rs 4.33 crore from Uttar Pradesh Power Corporation (UPPCL). The order is primarily for supply of 2500 electric poles of 580 MT each. These orders will strengthen RSTL’s order book and credibility in the market. RSTL has an export rate of 2O percent and is present in more than 16 countries.

Stocks reaching 52-week highs: Shares of Tech Mahindra touched a 52-week high on Thursday on the BSE Sensex index. The stock is likely to remain in focus on Friday, December 31, 2021.

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