Top 5 Mid-Cap Gainers Today; SUPREME INDUSTRIES Leads the Pack
February 27, 2019 04:36 PM

During the day, the BSE Mid-Cap index traded on a positive note.

The index opened the day at 14,239 and closed at 14,249, registering a gain of 0.4%.

Now let us look at the stocks that have gained the most in the BSE Mid-Cap index today.

Top 5 Mid-Cap Gainers Today

Stock NamePrevious Close (Rs)Today's Close (Rs)% GainTraded Volume
SUPREME INDUSTRIES1,1021,1686.03,010.0
CANARA BANK2182284.8476,428.0
P&G HYGIENE9,97210,4004.3462.0
* Latest Price as on 27 Feb 2019 04:36 PM

SUPREME INDUSTRIES was the top gainer in the BSE Mid-Cap index today. The stock of the company witnessed buying interest and closed at Rs 1,168, up by 6.0%. The total volume of the shares traded today stands at 3,010.

Following SUPREME INDUSTRIES was ENDURANCE TECHNOLOGIES LTD, which gained around 5.3% today. The share price of ENDURANCE TECHNOLOGIES LTD traded at Rs 1,364 on the BSE and the total volume of shares traded today was 2,855.

CANARA BANK, CROMPTON GREAVES CONSUMER ELEC., and P&G HYGIENE were also among the top 5 gainers in the BSE Mid-Cap index today. While CANARA BANK was up 4.8%, CROMPTON GREAVES CONSUMER ELEC. and P&G HYGIENE were up by 4.7% and 4.3%, respectively.

For a more detailed view on the above stocks, you can check the BSE Mid-Cap company results for December 2018 quarter and also visit our Indian stock market research section.

Top Mid-Cap Losers Today

On the other hand, the top losers in the BSE Mid-Cap index today were RELIANCE NIPPON LIFE ASSET MANAGEMENT LTD (down 7.0%), RELIANCE INFRA (down 3.9%) and CENTRAL BANK (down 2.9%).

For a more detailed view, you can check the latest BSE Mid-Cap stock quotes and BSE Mid-Cap long term chart.

What About the Benchmark Indices?

The BSE Sensex moved down from 35,974 to 35,905 today, registering a loss of 68 points (down 0.2%).

The most traded stocks in the BSE Sensex today were ICICI BANK and TATA MOTORS.

The NSE Nifty moved down from 10,835 to 10,794 today, registering a loss of 41 points (down 0.4%).

The most traded stocks in the NSE Nifty today were YES BANK and SBI.