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FII-TO-FII: South Ind Bk traded at 12% premium

Grasim Ind was traded at second highest premium of 6.39%

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Trades between generated a volume of Rs 68 crore on the Tuesday-an increase of 1807.14% from Rs 3.54 crore clocked on Monday. As many as four stocks witnessed trades of 229 lakh shares on Tuesday.

was traded at highest premium of 11.81% on the BSE with 226 lakh shares changing hands at Rs 26.50 as against the spot price of Rs 23.70.

was traded at second highest premium of 6.39% on the BSE with 1,626 shares changing hands at Rs 2,536 as against the spot of Rs 2,383.65.

Scrip FII Close* FII shares# Spot Close@ Premium To spot price %
BSE
South Ind Bk 26.50 22622348 23.70 11.81
Grasim Ind 2536.00 1626 2383.65 6.39
Pantaloon Retail 159.95 155815 158.40 0.98
IndusInd Bank 311.50 151407 310.10 0.45
* FII-Close is the closing price of the scrip under FII-to-FII trades
# FII-Shares is the total number of shares traded under the FII-to-FII trades
@ Spot close price is the closing price in the cash market

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