Nifty Public Sector Undertaking Bank Index operated higher than usual with respect to last week. Divisions of Indian Overseas Bank, Bank of Maharashtra, Bank of Baroda were reported to be among the top gainers as subject to a percentage rise of 9.86 percent, 9.81 percent, and 1.81 percent respectively. On the other hand, the Bank of India was the only loser which was as low as to 0.46 percent. The Nifty Public Sector Undertaking Bank had been trading at a high of 1.5 percent at 2499.8. Standard National Stock Exchange Nifty50 mark had been up by 158.20 points to 15140.2 while the Bombay Stock Exchange Sensex garnered 449.28 points touching a high of 51230.97. In respect to the other fifty stocks that had been trading in the Nifty benchmark thirty-five had been dealing in green while fifteen had been in the red.
Among the most traded shares on the National Stock Exchange had been Vodafone Idea, BHEL, Tata Power, and Coal India Limited. The other top gainers had been Punjab and Sind Bank up by 4.87 percent and Central Bank of India which had been profited to as high as 4.8 percent. Shares of Hind Copper, BHEL, NBCC Limited, Tata Chemicals, and Adani Ports Special Economic Zones were at the all-year high in the trade, while Marine Electricals (India) Limited had been at a 52-week low in trade.