Indian benchmark indices ended Wednesday's trading session in the green. The NSE Nifty50 ended at 18660.30, 52.30 points higher and the BSE Sensex ended at 62677.91, 144.61 points up. Here are the key stocks that moved the most
Yes Bank | Shares of Yes Bank Ltd. declined as much as 8 percent on Wednesday, cooling off from their 52-week high. Brokerage firm Morgan Stanley initiated coverage on the private lender with an "underweight" rating and a price target of Rs 20. Its stock ended 7.7 percent lower.
Colgate-Palmolive (India) Ltd | Packaged consumer goods company Colgate-Palmolive (India) is looking to expand into the personal care segment and is open to inorganic opportunities in the sector, the company mentioned in the first analyst meeting under new leader Prabha Narasimhan. Its shares ended nearly 4.3 percent down.
Hindalco | Nifty50's top gainer, Hindalco's shares ended 2.4 percent higher.
Paytm | Shares of digital financial services firm One97 Communications, Paytm's parent company, fell in early trading on Wednesday after the company announced the buyback of 52.5 lakh equity shares post market hours on Tuesday. Its shares ended 1.9 percent down.
IEX | Indian Energy Exchange (IEX) on Wednesday announced that it has become the country's first carbon-neutral power bourse by using market-based tradable instruments to nullify its carbon emissions. Its stock ended nearly 0.9 percent higher.
Patel Engineering Ltd | Infrastructure and construction services company Patel Engineering Ltd. announced after market hours on Tuesday that its board would meet on December 16, to consider raising funds through a rights issue. Its stock ended nearly 2.6 percent up.
Vodafone Idea | Nifty500's top gainer, its shares ended 9.5 percent higher.