Sensex on November 9th – Top 10 stocks that showed the maximum momentum

10 stocks that showed the highest movement on 9th November

Top 10 stocks that showed the maximum momentum

9th November 2022 was a roller-coaster ride for the equity markets as major indices closed in the red. Almost all sectors saw a fall except the FMCG and the PSU Bank sectors. The trading session was volatile, and the Nifty closed below 18,200. The Sensex also closed 151.60 points lower. 

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However, 10 stocks saw the maximum momentum in the volatile session. Have a look at them –

1. 3M India

The stock of 3M jumped 4% on the back of the company’s following financial reports. 

3M India

2. Barbeque Nation

The stock featured in the loser category, falling 7% despite the company reporting favorable financial metrics.

Barbeque Nation

3. Coal India

Coal India reported strong financials, and its stock rose 3%. 

Coal India

4. Snowman Logistics

The stock grew by 2% after positive net profit and revenue growth. 

Snowman Logistics

5. Ramco Cements

The stock price declined by 4% after the company declared a fall in its standalone net profit, even though the revenue grew. 

Ramco Cements

6. Bajaj Consumer Care

As the company declared a fall in its net profit, the stock price also fell more than 4%.

Bajaj Consumer Care


The scrip of the company grew and closed in the green following the company’s jump in net profit.


8. National Aluminum Company 

The scrip posted a more than 2% fall because of weak financials.

National Aluminum Company

9. Venky’s India

A fall in the company’s scrip was reported after the company posted a net loss and a fall in its revenue on a yearly basis.

Venkys India

10. Godrej Properties

The share price fell more than 7% despite a rise in profits.

Godrej Properties

Check out the stock movements of these companies over other sessions if you are an investor or are thinking of investing.

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Disclaimer: This article is intended for general information purposes only and should not be construed as investment or legal advice. You should separately obtain independent advice when making decisions in these areas.


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