Sun Pharma share price: Buzzing stocks: YES Bank, Sun Pharma, Infosys, Axis Bank, RIL

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NEW DELHI: YES Bank with over 3.55 crore shares altering palms was main among the many most traded shares on NSE on Tuesday.

Shares of Sun Pharma (variety of shares traded: 2.24 crore), Suzlon Energy (variety of shares traded: 2.24 crore), Reliance Communications (variety of shares traded: 2.08 crore), Idea cellular (variety of shares traded: 1.58 crore), South Indian Bnk (variety of shares traded: 1.42 crore), JP Associates (variety of shares traded: 1.20 crore), IFCI (variety of shares traded: 1.05 crore), JSPL (variety of shares traded: 0.79 crore) and Dewan Housing (variety of shares traded: 0.76 crore) additionally featured among the many most traded shares on the NSE.

Sun Pharma (Rs 1099.87 crore) was main the pack of most lively shares in worth phrases.

It was adopted by YES Bank (Rs 673.28 crore), Infosys (Rs 361.57 crore), Axis Bank (Rs 357.55 crore), RIL (Rs 349.20 crore), Tata Steel (Rs 300.77 crore), Maruti Suzuki (Rs 254.84 crore), HDFC Bank (Rs 251.64 crore), TCS (Rs 227.39 crore) and ICICI Bank (Rs 216.36 crore).

The NSE Nifty index was buying and selling 18.9 factors down at 10,609.7 whereas BSE Sensex was down 47.04 factors at 35,307.04 round 11:39 am on Tuesday.

In the Nifty index, Infosys (up 1.85 per cent), Bajaj Finserv (up 1.17 per cent), Power Grid Corporation of India (up 1.10 per cent), UltraTech Cement (up 1.06 per cent), Bharti Infratel (up 0.86 per cent), Reliance Industries (up 0.86 per cent), HCL Technologies (up 0.85 per cent), Grasim Industries (up 0.73 per cent), IndusInd Bank (up 0.57 per cent) and GAIL (India) (up 0.56 per cent) had been among the many high gainers.

Sun Pharmaceutical Industries (down 5.65 per cent), JSW Steel (down 4.77 per cent), Tata Steel (down 2.70 per cent), Hero MotoCorp (down 2.47 per cent), Bajaj Auto (down 2.30 per cent), UPL (down 1.97 per cent), Vedanta (down 1.81 per cent), Hindalco Industries (down 1.60 per cent), Hindustan Petroleum Corporation (down 1.60 per cent) and Hindustan Unilever (down 1.38 per cent) had been among the many high losers within the Nifty pack of shares.

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