Indian benchmark indices continued to trade in a narrow range. The NSE Nifty50 ended at 18267.25, 23.05 points higher and the BSE Sensex ended at 61510.58, 91.62 points up. Here are the key stocks that moved the most
Adani Enterprises | Shares of Adani Enterprise rose slightly in early trade on Wednesday but then slipped over three percent as news of the company's plans to raise capital of at least $1.8 billion in new shares, via a follow-on public offering (FPO), hit the markets. Nifty50's top loser, its stock ended 3.4 percent lower.
DCW Ltd | Shares of DCW Ltd., a leading specialty chemical company in India, surged in early trade on Wednesday after the company announced a capacity expansion in the CPVC (chlorinated polyvinyl chloride) and de-bottlenecking SIOP (synthetic iron oxide pigment) segments. Its stock ended 2.6 percent higher.
Inox Green Energy Services Ltd | The Inox GFL Group company, Inox Green Energy Services Ltd made a weak debut on stock exchanges BSE and NSE on Wednesday. On BSE, Inox Green Energy listed at Rs 60.5 apiece against the issue price of Rs 61 - Rs 65. The stock started its trading journey at Rs 60 apiece on NSE — a 7.7 percent discount to the issue price. Its stock ended nearly 9.1 percent lower at Rs 59.1 apiece.
Time Technoplast Ltd | Shares of polymer products manufacturer Time Technoplast Ltd. surged on Wednesday after the company said the restructuring of its overseas business is progressing well. Its stock ended nearly 2.4 percent higher.
Easy Trip Planners Ltd | Easy Trip Planners, the parent company of online travel technology platform EasyMyTrip has approved the allotment of a 3:1 bonus issue. Its shares ended nearly 1.4 percent lower.
RHI Magnesita India | Nifty500's top gainer, its shares ended nearly 13 percent higher.
Gaming stocks | Shares of Nazara Technologies ended nearly 1.6 percent higher on the BSE at Rs 600 as investors cheered temporary respite after the group of ministers (GoM) on GST rates failed to reach a consensus on the amount to be taxed in the case of online gaming and casinos. Meanwhile Delta Corp shares ended 1 percent down at Rs 222.05.