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These NSE stocks hit their 52-week highs or lows on August 7

Updated : 2019-08-07 15:10:05

Indian equity benchmark indices turned flat on Wednesday afternoon after the Reserve Bank of India's (RBI) monetary policy committee (MPC) cut repo rate by 35 basis points while retaining its stance at 'accommodative'. This is the fourth straight cut since RBI governor Shaktikanta Das took office in December 2018. At 3.00 pm, the BSE Sensex was down 166.73 points, or 0.45 percent, at 36,810.12, and the Nifty 50 was trading 61.00 points, or 0.56 percent, higher at 10,887.25. Here are some stocks that hit their 52-week highs or lows on the NSE on August 7:

Berger Paints rose 2.4 percent to hit its 52-week high of Rs 355.15 per share after the company reported higher-than-expected Q1 results. (Image: Company)
Berger Paints rose 2.4 percent to hit its 52-week high of Rs 355.15 per share after the company reported higher-than-expected Q1 results. (Image: Company)
Asian Paints rose 0.5 percent to hit its 52-week high of Rs 1,575 per share on the NSE after the company reported higher-than-expected Q1 earnings coupled with fall in crude oil prices. (Image: Reuters)
Asian Paints rose 0.5 percent to hit its 52-week high of Rs 1,575 per share on the NSE after the company reported higher-than-expected Q1 earnings coupled with fall in crude oil prices. (Image: Reuters)
GSPL rose 2.3 percent to hit its 52-week high of Rs 220.05 per share on the NSE. (Image: Reuters)
GSPL rose 2.3 percent to hit its 52-week high of Rs 220.05 per share on the NSE. (Image: Reuters)
MAS Financial rose 14.9 percent to hit its 52-week high of Rs 677.90 per share on the NSE. (Image: Company)
MAS Financial rose 14.9 percent to hit its 52-week high of Rs 677.90 per share on the NSE. (Image: Company)
Shares of Vodafone Idea slumped 9.7 percent to hit its 52-week low of Rs 5.10 per share after ratings agency Crisil downgraded its rating on non-convertible debentures (NCDs) of Rs 3,500 crore to 'Crisil A/Negative' from 'Crisil A+/Negative'. (Image: Reuters)
Shares of Vodafone Idea slumped 9.7 percent to hit its 52-week low of Rs 5.10 per share after ratings agency Crisil downgraded its rating on non-convertible debentures (NCDs) of Rs 3,500 crore to 'Crisil A/Negative' from 'Crisil A+/Negative'. (Image: Reuters)
Tata Motors fell 4.6 percent to hit its 52-week low of Rs 55.50 per share. The company announced a joint project with Tata Power to install 300 fast-charging stations in five major metros by FY20 end. (Image: Reuters)
Tata Motors fell 4.6 percent to hit its 52-week low of Rs 55.50 per share. The company announced a joint project with Tata Power to install 300 fast-charging stations in five major metros by FY20 end. (Image: Reuters)
Shares of Indiabulls Housing Finance declined 12.9 percent to hit its 52-week low of Rs 447.40 per share after the company reported disappointing first-quarter earnings of the fiscal year 2020. (Image: Stock)
Shares of Indiabulls Housing Finance declined 12.9 percent to hit its 52-week low of Rs 447.40 per share after the company reported disappointing first-quarter earnings of the fiscal year 2020. (Image: Stock)
Tata Steel declined 4.8 percent to hit its 52-week low of Rs 382.30 per share ahead of its Q1 earnings. (Image: Reuters)
Tata Steel declined 4.8 percent to hit its 52-week low of Rs 382.30 per share ahead of its Q1 earnings. (Image: Reuters)
Shares of Mahindra & Mahindra fell 5.1 percent to hit its 52-week low of Rs 521.10 per share after the auto maker reported a decline of 22 percent in June-quarter standalone net profit due to exceptional items. (Image: Reuters)
Shares of Mahindra & Mahindra fell 5.1 percent to hit its 52-week low of Rs 521.10 per share after the auto maker reported a decline of 22 percent in June-quarter standalone net profit due to exceptional items. (Image: Reuters)
ITC fell 1.7 percent to hit its 52-week low of Rs 254.30 per share on the NSE. (Image: Reuters)
ITC fell 1.7 percent to hit its 52-week low of Rs 254.30 per share on the NSE. (Image: Reuters)
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