Indian shares ended sharply lower for the second day in a row tracking depreciation in the Indian rupee against the US dollar. Frontline indexes, the BSE Sensex and the NSE Nifty 50, fell more than 1 percent as broad selling took over on the street, particularly in banks, FMCG and metal counters.
The 30-share BSE Sensex closed down 509.04 points or 1.34 percent at 37,413.13 and the 50-share NSE Nifty lost 150.60 points or 1.32 percent to 11,287.50.
Here are the stocks that trended in the stock market today:
Titan: Shares ended at Rs 818.95, losing Rs 38.60 in value, dipping by a sharp 4.50 percent at close due to profit-booking. The stock had opened at Rs 860 and touched an intra-day low of Rs 815.80.
Coal India: The pubic sector behemoth's shares ended 1.72 percent higher at Rs 284.40, leading on both indexes. It opened at Rs 282.80 and climbed to a high of Rs 288.
Infosys: Shares of the IT firm ended 0.39 percent up at Rs 733.70, off from the day's high of 744.50.
Hathway Cable & Datacom: Shares snapped its three-session gaining streak and succumbed to profit-booking soon after hitting a one-month high of Rs 27.80. It quoted at Rs 25.20 at the close.
HDFC Bank: Shares ended at Rs 2,000.10 after seeing an intra-day low of Rs 1,994.15. The lender's shares last dipped below the Rs 2,000 mark on May 23 this year.
Dredging Corp. of India: Shares touched an intra-day-high of Rs 524.40 after opening at Rs 521. At the close, it quoted at Rs 508.25, higher by 8 percent, adding Rs 37.65 in value.
Cadila Healthcare: Shares ended lower at Rs 408.50, slipping down by 2.81 percent. The stock had opened at Rs 422.40 and touched an intra-day high of Rs 427.
ITC: FMCG major's shares opened at Rs 306.35 and closed at Rs 296.20, losing by 3.38 percent.
ICICI Securities: Shares gained as much as 3.1 percent to Rs 337.45, their highest in over a week. It quoted at Rs 330 in the end, up by 0.79 percent.
Kotak Mahindra Bank: The private lender's shares fell to Rs 1,203.75, lowest since April 30. It settled at Rs 1,205.70, falling further by 1.44 percent.
First Published: IST