Indian benchmark indexes ended mixed on Wednesday. While the Sensex managed to close at record high, the Nifty slipped in the red. The BSE Sensex slipped 89 points from the intra-day record high of 36,947 to close with a minor gain of 33 points at 36,858. And, the Nifty ended at 11,132.
Here’s a list of top 10 stocks that trended the most in markets today: Symphony: Shares of the electrical appliance maker touched 52-week low of Rs 1,132.20, down 19 percent in the opening trade on Wednesday on the back of poor June quarter numbers. It ended at 1132.25, losing Rs 271.40, or by 19.34 percent in value on the BSE. ICICI Prudential: Private sector life insurer’s shares were up as much as 6.70 percent at Rs 411.60, their biggest intraday percent gain since April 25 after Q1 results. It settled at Rs 403.90, adding Rs 18.15 to the stock or 4.71 percent on the NSE. Asian Paints: Shares of India’s biggest paint maker by market capitalization rose as much as 1.6 percent to a record high of Rs 1,490.60. It closed at Rs 1446.20, losing Rs 21.55, or 1.47 percent. Intra-day it touched a low of Rs 1,421.35. Info Edge: Shares the company touched 52-week high of Rs 1,498.70, adding more than 10 percent intraday. It closed at Rs 1479, rising by 8.93 percent or Rs 121.20 in value on the BSE. Intra-day it touched a low of Rs 1358.70. Maruti Suzuki: Shares of India's largest car company fell over a percent after the company announced a recall over 1,200 new Swift and Dzire models to inspect a possible fault in Airbag Controller Unit. The stock traded at Rs 9757.70 at close on the BSE, down by Rs 62.62 or 0.64 percent on the BSE. Adani Power: Shares of Adani Power ended at Rs 26.55, rising by 2.51 percent, after opening at 26.50. Intra-day it traded between Rs 27.50 and 25.50 on the BSE. Tata Elxsi: The design company's share price hit all-time high of Rs 1,477.10, rising 7 percent intraday on Wednesday following strong operating profit for the quarter ended June 2018. Cement stocks: Stocks of cement companies slipped up to 4 percent on Wednesday after the National Company Law Appellate Tribunal (NCLAT) upheld the Competition Commission of India's penalty of Rs 6,300 crore on 11 cement companies. Bharti Airtel: The telco's shares ended at Rs 351.85, down by 1.28 percent a day ahead of Q1 results. The company is expected to report a loss this quarter as integration costs for Telenor operations are likely to drag the profit margins. Vedanta: Shares of the company settled at Rs 218.15 on the NSE, rising by 1.90 percent, after trading within a range of Rs 221.75 and Rs 216.75.