Best Stocks to Watch - 1st Week April 22 - India

Before Market Opens
1 April, 2022

Stocks to Watch This Week in BSE/NSE Stock Exchange based on recent performance: 04 Apr 2022 – 08 Apr 2022

Top Gainers :

Stock Name Current Price P/E Ratio % Change Day % Change Week
Centrum Capital Ltd 29.35 +13.54% +28.17%
Vakrangee Limited 37.70 40.09 +8.65% +25.25%
Reliance Infrastructure Ltd 123.50 +9.97% +22.64%
Birla Corporation Limited 1,208.00 17.33 +2.18% +22.60%
Himadri Speciality Chemical Ltd 76.65 44.57 +3.16% +22.44%
PC Jeweller Ltd 23.40 +11.96% +20.31%
Sharda Cropchem Ltd 622.05 18.33 +1.15% +19.79%
Welspun Corp Ltd 183.00 10.32 +9.32% +19.61%
Mrs. Bectors Food Specialities Ltd 336.40 33.09 +19.99% +18.06%
NOCIL Limited 250.25 28.92 +0.54% +17.79%

Top Losers :

Stock Name Current Price P/E Ratio % Change Day % Change Week
Vardhman Textiles Ltd. 437.00 1.71 +0.23% -15.95%
Future Retail Ltd 32.75 +4.97% -9.66%
Hindalco Industries Ltd 571.00 10.77 +0.26% -9.39%
Future Consumer Ltd 5.00 +9.89% -9.09%
Hindustan Oil Exploration Company Ltd 196.80 38.10 -10.50% -8.42%
Panacea Biotec Limited 155.60 +4.99% -8.28%
Supreme Petrochem Ltd. 939.95 13.25 +1.56% -7.17%
India Tourism Development Corp Ltd 386.00 377.57 +1.85% -6.49%
Lemon Tree Hotels Ltd 64.00 +0.95% -6.23%
Hero Motocorp Ltd 2,246.00 17.35 -2.10% -5.55%

IPO this week:

  • Dhyaani Tile and Marblez Ltd.
  • Sunrise Efficient Marketing Ltd.
  • Eighty Jewellers Ltd.
  • Hariom Pipe Industries Ltd.
  • Jeena Sikho Lifecare Ltd.

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India 2024
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