Manappuram Finance Ltd tops Group ‘A’ losers


Tamil Nadu Newsprint & Papers Ltd, Route Mobile Ltd, Sudarshan Chemical Industries Ltd and Lupine Ltd are among the other BSE Group ‘A’ losers today, 19th May 2022.

Tamil Nadu Newsprint & Papers Ltd, Route Mobile Ltd, Sudarshan Chemical Industries Ltd and Lupine Ltd are among the other BSE Group ‘A’ losers today, 19th May 2022.



Manappuram Finance Ltd was down 10.76% at Rs 93.35 at 2:02 PM IST. The title was the biggest loser of BSE’s Group “A”. On BSE, 24.53 lakh shares have been traded over the counter so far compared to average daily volumes of 4.05 lakh shares over the past month.

Tamil Nadu Newsprint & Papers Ltd fell 8.86% to Rs 195.05. The title was the second biggest loser in Group “A”. On BSE, 73,537 shares have been traded over the counter so far, compared to an average daily volume of 63,003 shares over the past month.

Route Mobile Ltd crashed 8.45% to Rs 1188.45. The title was the third biggest loser in Group “A”. On BSE, 1.01 lakh shares have been traded over the counter so far, compared to average daily volumes of 23,399 shares over the past month.

Sudarshan Chemical Industries Ltd corrected 7.28% to Rs 473. The stock was the fourth biggest loser in Group ‘A’. On BSE, 40,428 shares have been traded over the counter so far compared to average daily volumes of 20,184 shares in the past. month.

Lupine Ltd fell 7.03% to Rs 635.25. The title was the fifth biggest loser in Group ‘A’. On BSE, 2.87 lakh shares have been traded over the counter so far, compared to average daily volumes of 62,511 shares over the past month.

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