Multi Commodity Exchange of India Ltd tops Group ‘A’ losers


Vodafone Idea Ltd, Carborundum Universal Ltd, Indian Railway Catering & Tourism Corporation Ltd and Shipping Corporation of India Ltd are among the other BSE Group ‘A’ losers today, 04 March 2022.

Vodafone Idea Ltd, Carborundum Universal Ltd, Indian Railway Catering & Tourism Corporation Ltd and Shipping Corporation of India Ltd are among the other BSE Group ‘A’ losers today, 04 March 2022.



Multi Commodity Exchange of India Ltd fell 6.51% to Rs 1,270.45 at 2:51 PM IST. The stock was the biggest loser in BSE Group ‘A’. over the counter so far compared to average daily volumes of 48,650 shares over the past month.

Vodafone Idea Ltd crashed 6.32% to Rs 10.38. The title was the second biggest loser in Group “A”. On BSE, 1,003.29 lakh shares have been traded over the counter so far, compared to average daily volumes of 725.29 lakh shares over the past month.

Carborundum Universal Ltd lost 6.25% to Rs 720.2. The title was the third biggest loser in Group “A”. On BSE, 9.2 lakh shares have been traded over the counter so far, compared to average daily volumes of 15,143 shares over the past month.

Indian Railway Catering & Tourism Corporation Ltd fell 6.12% to Rs 751. The stock was the fourth biggest loser in Group ‘A’. On BSE, 12.06 lakh shares have been traded over the counter so far against average daily volumes of 3.39 lakh. shares in the last month.

Shipping Corporation of India Ltd slipped 6.08% to Rs 116.65. The stock was the fifth biggest loser in Group ‘A’. On BSE, 5.38 lakh shares have been traded over the counter so far, compared to average daily volumes of 2.43 lakh shares over the past month.

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