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Stock market update: Nifty CPSE index flat NBCC gains in excess of 1%

NEW DELHI: Nifty CPSE index was buying and selling flat at 02:35PM (IST) on Thursday.
Shares of Bharat Electronics (up 2.8 per cent), NBCC (India) (up 1.42 for each cent), NLC India (up 1.28 per cent), Electrical power Grid Corporation of India (up .81 for every cent) and NHPC (up .74 for each cent) were being between the top gainers.
Even though NTPC (down 1.52 for every cent), NMDC Ltd (down 1.32 for every cent), Cochin Shipyard (down 1.19 for every cent) and Oil India (down .05 for each cent) were the top losers in the index.
The Nifty CPSE index was investing .2 for each cent up at 1449.55 about 02:35PM.
Benchmark NSE Nifty50 index was down 14.05 factors at 11294.35, though the BSE Sensex was down 76.91 factors at 38292.72.
Amongst the 50 shares in the Nifty index, 25 ended up investing in the environmentally friendly, whilst 24 had been in the purple.

Shares of Of course Bank, Ashok Leyland, Vodafone Strategy, BHEL and Tata Energy have been amongst the most traded shares on the NSE.
Shares of Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd., Aditya Birla Trend (PP), Galaxy Surfactants Ltd., Tube Investments of India Ltd. and Alkyl Amines strike their fresh 52 week high in today’s trade, while Mittal Existence Model Ltd. and Sumit Woods Ltd. hit new 52 week low in trade.

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