With share prices at an all-time high, there is excitement across sectors. Share prices opened on Wednesday at a high again. After the markets closed on Tuesday, i.e., 4 July 2023, Nifty50 stood at 19,389.00 with a rise of 66.45 points. During the day, it touched an all-time high of 19,434.15.
Similarly, Sensex crossed the historic 65,000 mark and closed at 65,672.05, rising by 274 points. It touched an all-time high of 65,672.97. Stocks like Bajaj Finance (up by 7.19%), Suzlon Energy (up by 9.82%), FDC (up by 7.32%), Punjab National Bank (up by 5.94%), and Bajaj Finserv (up by 5.80%) were among the top gainers for the day.
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Below are some of the most active stocks on Tuesday in terms of the traded volume:
Suzlon Energy Limited, a company engaged in the energy equipment business, saw shares figure among the most active stocks on Tuesday in terms of traded volume. They were also on the top-gainers list for the day, with a gain of 9.82% over the previous close. On Tuesday, Suzlon Energy Limited's stock price touched its 52-week high of Rs. 18.45. The total traded volume of these stocks stood at 70,19,73,517, and the traded value stood at Rs. 1,25,583.06 lakhs.
Yes Bank, a private-sector bank, witnessed an active interest on Wednesday. The shares of Yes Bank Limited were the second-highest traded stocks on Tuesday, with a traded volume of 32,31,37,498 and a traded value of Rs. 54,416.35 lakhs. The shares opened at Rs. 16.45 and closed at Rs. 16.80, with a spike of 2.75%. The day’s highest and lowest prices of Yes Bank shares were Rs. 17.20 and Rs. 16.25, respectively.
Punjab National Bank shares were among the most active stocks of the day. Popularly known by the abbreviation PNB, it is a public-sector bank. The total traded volume of the PNB shares on Tuesday stood at 17,70,88,979 with a traded value of Rs. 99,435.46 lakhs. PNB shares were also among the top gainers for the day, as they gained 6.50% during the trading day. These shares' opening and closing prices stood at Rs. 54.10 and Rs. 57.35, respectively.
Reliance Power Limited stocks are the first on this list of the most active stocks of the day that closed in the red. The company is engaged in the business of constructing and operating power projects in India as well as abroad. The traded volume of Reliance power shares for Tuesday stood at 13,35,45,307 with a traded value of Rs. 19,697.93 lakhs. The stocks opened at Rs. 15.10 per share and closed at Rs. 14.55 per share, with a decline of 3%.
Hindustan Construction Company is engaged in the business of providing engineering and construction services. Its shares were ranked fifth in terms of the highest-traded stocks on Tuesday, with a total traded volume of 12,69,56,830. The traded value of these shares stood at Rs. 27,333.81 lakhs. Hindustan Construction Company (HCC) shares opened at Rs. 20.95 and closed at Rs. 21.30, with a mild gain of 1.67%. The day’s high price of these shares was Rs. 22.20 per share.
After Yes Bank and PNB, IDFC FIRST Bank Limited is the third banking company on this list. IDFC FIRST Bank is a private-sector bank with a total market cap of Rs. 52,16,381.06 lakhs as of 4 July 2023. The traded volume of its shares on Tuesday stood at 12,36,45,833 with a traded value of Rs. 97,173.26 lakhs. IDFC FIRST Bank shares opened at Rs. 81.50 and closed at Rs. 78.70, with a decline of 3.97%. The day’s highest and lowest points were Rs. 81.50 and Rs. 77.05, respectively.
These are the six most active stocks of the day on Tuesday, 4 July 2023, in terms of traded volume. Following the stocks mentioned above are Vodafone Idea, IDFC, RattanIndia Power, Bank of Maharashtra, and South Indian Bank’s shares. Remember that this list is for informative purposes only and should not form the basis of your investment decisions on the upcoming trading days.
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