Cipla Ltd down 2.2% | Trade Standard News

Cipla Ltd gained 3.34% in the past month against a 5.52% rise in the S&P BSE Healthcare Index and an 8.07% rise in the SENSEX Index

Cipla Ltd fell 2.2% today to trade at Rs 1014.1. The S&P BSE Healthcare Index was down 0.11% to 24,822.88. The index is up 5.52% from last month. Among other index constituents, Syncom Formulations (India) Ltd fell 1.6% and Thyrocare Technologies Ltd lost 1.28% on the day. The S&P BSE Healthcare Index is up 11.76% over the past year compared to the 18.72% rise in the benchmark SENSEX Index.

Cipla Ltd added 3.34% in the past month, against the 5.52% gain in the S&P BSE Healthcare Index and the 8.07% rise in the SENSEX. On BSE, 15,291 shares have been traded over the counter so far, against average daily volumes of 1.02 lakh shares over the past month. The stock hit an all-time high of Rs 1083.15 on 15th March 2022. The stock hit a 52-week low of Rs 828.75 on 07th April 2021.

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First published: Fri 08 Apr 2022. 09:45 IST