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Today upper circuit on these 6 stocks including MPS Infotecnics and GTL Infra


  • BSE Sensex up 117 points at 57,924.15 level
  • Nifty 50 also rose by 24 points at the level of 17,237.95
  • Nifty Bank Index and Nifty Midcap fall
  • Wipro, NTPC, Tech Mahindra, HCL Technologies up

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On Thursday, at 11.00 am, the BSE Sensex was at 57,924.15 with a gain of 117 points. Nifty 50 is also up by 24 points at the level of 17,237.95. In contrast, Nifty Bank Index, Nifty Midcap was trading in the negative. Both the indices lost 99 points and 24 points respectively. At that time both these indices were at the level of 34,946.30 and 8,283.05 respectively.

BSE Midcap also sluggish
BSE Midcap was at 24,625.04, down 60 points from yesterday’s closing price. Today, Procter & Gamble Hygiene & Healthcare, Oil India, ICPA Laboratories rose over 2 per cent. BSE Smallcap is also trading at the level of 29,186.38 with a gain of 120 points. Neureka and Rane (Madras) have gained over 15 per cent.

Preparation to increase or decrease custom duty on many goods, indigenous goods will be cheaper

These stocks are up more than one percent
Wipro, NTPC, Tech Mahindra, HCL Technologies, Bharti Airtel are among the top gainers in Nifty 50. While the stocks which have declined more than one per cent are Bajaj Auto, Bajaj Finance, Bharat Petroleum Corporation, India Oil Corporation and Coal India.

The following is a list of penny stocks closing in the upper circuit today. Keep a close watch on these stocks for the coming session.

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