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Bharti Airtel, Reliance Industries, Maruti Suzuki hits 52-week high

Bajaj Finance, TVS Motor, CARE Ratings and IndusInd Bank from BSE500 index hit 52-week highs.

SI Reporter  |  Mumbai 

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Bharti Airtel, and Maruti Suzuki (India) are among the stocks on Sensex that hit their respective 52-week highs on BSE on Monday in intra-day trade after a strong rally in equities.

Besides these three stocks, Bajaj Finance, TVS Motor Company, Gillette India, CARE Ratings, IndusInd Bank, Prestige Estates, JSW Steel and L&T Finance Holdings are among 20 stocks from the S&P BSE 500 index touched 52-week highs today.

rallied 5% to Rs 405, its highest level since August 2015 on BSE. Thus in 2017, the stock of telecom services provider outperformed the market by gaining 33% as compared to 19% rise in the S&P BSE Sensex.

According to Business Standard reports, is among the frontrunners looking at acquiring FreeCharge, an online mobile wallet platform in the Snapdeal portfolio.

The telco had recently launched Airtel Payments Bank and it also has an online wallet-Airtel Money, added report. CLICK HERE TO READ FULL REPORT.

was up 2% to Rs 1,550, also its record high on BSE ahead of its first quarter (April to June, 2017) earnings tomorrow, July 11, 2017. The stock of private sector lender rallied 40% thus far in the current calendar year 2017.

“IndusInd Banks’ loan growth to be higher than industry, with the continued tilt towards consumer finance division. Fee income trends to continue superior performance. Asset quality trends will likely be stable (provision benefit likely to percolate from recent deal in cement segment),” Edelweiss Securities said in Q1FY18 results preview.

Kotak Institutional Equities Research expects loan growth at around 22% yoy, led by steady growth in retail business. NIM (net interest margin) will remain stable qoq supported by higher share of retail loans. The growth in fee income is to slow down.

“We see limited asset-quality stress but provisions will decline qoq as a stressed asset will be upgraded following the recent completion of a transaction (M&A) involving sale of assets,” the brokerage firm said in results preview.

AVENUE SUPER. 915.50 921.70 910.00 06-Jul-17
BAJAJ FIN. 1400.10 1449.00 1431.00 20-Jun-17
BHARTI AIRTEL 400.70 405.00 400.65 23-Feb-17
BRITANNIA INDS. 3719.05 3800.00 3796.30 15-May-17
CARE RATINGS 1698.00 1800.00 1694.95 03-Apr-17
GILLETTE INDIA 5200.00 5220.00 5199.70 04-Jul-17
GODREJ CONSUMER 975.80 998.80 993.20 04-Jul-17
GRUH FINANCE 494.00 508.00 498.95 07-Jul-17
GUJ FLUOROCHEM 858.00 865.00 844.00 07-Jul-17
INDUSIND BANK 1548.80 1550.00 1537.40 09-Jun-17
JSW STEEL 217.80 219.20 216.70 07-Jul-17
L&T FIN.HOLDINGS 149.80 151.70 151.40 06-Jul-17
MAHINDRA HOLIDAY 436.00 469.00 438.60 07-Jul-17
MARUTI SUZUKI 7448.35 7500.00 7490.00 06-Jul-17
PRESTIGE ESTATES 283.20 288.00 285.60 07-Jul-17
RAIN INDUSTRIES 129.05 132.90 130.00 07-Jul-17
RELIANCE INDS. 1497.00 1508.00 1497.00 07-Jul-17
TUBE INVESTMENTS 772.25 775.95 755.40 07-Jul-17
TVS MOTOR CO. 573.15 585.00 574.85 07-Jul-17
UFLEX 422.85 427.55 422.00 07-Jul-17

First Published: Mon, July 10 2017. 14:30 IST