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List of Rahul Bajaj Stocks 

Here are the latest stock price details of the top stocks in the Rahul Bajaj Group. For more detailed updates, check the latest Rahul Bajaj Group results.

» Result Scoreboard | Best Performing Stocks | Refresh
SCRIP BSE PRICE (Rs) NSE PRICE (Rs) CHART MORE INFO
BAJAJ FINSERV 1,396.05 1.98% 1,402.65 2.47%
 More Info 
BAJAJ FINANCE 6,475.45 1.93% 6,479.45 2.01%
 More Info 
MAH. SCOOTERS 4,539.00 0.77% 4,537.50 0.89%
 More Info 
BAJAJ HOLDINGS & INVESTMENT 6,101.00 0.15% 6,096.00 0.10%
 More Info 
S&P BSE SENSEX 60,750.68 0.14% Not Listed
 More Info 
NIFTY 50 Not Listed 17,874.50 0.02%
 More Info 
BAJAJ AUTO 3,869.45 -0.25% 3,866.50 -0.36%
 More Info 

BSE prices: February 9, 2023  11:29:00 AM    NSE prices: February 9, 2023  11:34:59 AM

Rahul Bajaj Group Stocks Update

Within the Rahul Bajaj group, the top gainers were BAJAJ FINSERV (up 2.0%) and BAJAJ FINANCE (up 1.9%). On the other hand, BAJAJ AUTO (down 0.2%) was the top loser.

Meanwhile, the benchmark S&P BSE SENSEX was at 60,750.7 (up 0.1%).


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