At the L&T Finance Holdings Ltd. counter, volumes surge

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Last Updated on August 25, 2022 by Bitfinsider

By 14:14 IST, L&T Finance Holdings Ltd had traded 331.44 lakh shares on the NSE, an increase of 7.55 times the previous two weeks’ average daily volume of 43.91 lakh shares.

In addition to Cochin Shipyard Ltd., IDBI Bank Ltd., Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd., and Cholamandalam Financial Holdings Ltd., today, August 25, 2022, has seen a spike in volume for these companies on the NSE.

By 14:14 IST, L&T Finance Holdings Ltd. had registered volume of 331.44 lakh shares on the NSE, a 7.55 times increase over the two-week daily average volume of 43.91 lakh shares. To Rs. 81.55, the stock increased 8.73%. In the previous session, there were 44.21 lakh shares traded.

By 14:14 IST on the NSE, Cochin Shipyard Ltd. saw volume of 7.91 lakh shares, a 7.12 fold increase over the two-week daily average volume of 1.11 lakh shares. The stock rose 3.30 percent to Rs. 352.00. 95455 shares were traded during the previous session.

By 14:14 IST, IDBI Bank Ltd. saw volume of 426.06 lakh shares on the NSE, a 5.39-fold increase over the two-week daily average volume of 79.06 lakh shares. The share price rose to Rs. 43.20, up 7.73%. In the previous session, there were 111.65 lakh shares traded.

By 14:14 IST, Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd had traded 1051.06 lakh shares on the NSE, a 5.38 times increase over the company’s two-week daily average volume of 195.24 lakh shares. Shares increased 9.39% to Rs. 58.25. In the previous session, there were 138.5 lakh shares traded.

By 14:14 IST, Cholamandalam Financial Holdings Ltd. had traded 9.9 lakh shares on the NSE, up 5.03 times from the previous two weeks’ average daily volume of 1.97 lakh shares. The share price rose by 2.71% to Rs. 663.70. In the most recent session, there were 1.82 lakh shares traded.


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