Every sector is in the green; Nifty was up 104.80 points or 0.50 percent, and Sensex was up 358.79 points or 0.51 percent

Despite opening lower, the benchmark indices gradually recouped losses and closed with gains on December 21 amid mixed global cues.

Benchmark indices ended in the green in the highly volatile session 

Among sectors, Information Technology, bank, and FMCG are up 0.5 percent each, while metal, pharma, realty, power and oil & gas, and capital goods are up 1-2 percent each. 

BSE Midcap and Smallcap indices are up 1.5 percent each.

indian rupee rose about 15 paise to 83.27 against US dollar as of yesterday’s close of 83.12 


stocks today

Delhivery Ltd: the company’s shares surged 6% following the Bhiwandi mega gateway launch with 196 docking stations which are designed to transact over 8,000 tonnes of freight.

IRCTC: The stock has gained 33 percent on a year-to-date basis, outperforming Nifty 50 which has risen 15 during this period. The stock has seen a good rally since the company last week announced its plans for major expansion in the non-railway catering business across the country.

AllCargo Logistics: Allcargo announces date for record bonus; stock gains 4%. Analysts say, the gains may be due to the anticipation of an increase in freight rates resulting from a logistic bottleneck caused by the ongoing Suez Canal crisis.

Suzlon Energy: the company’s shares rose over 4 percent after the company bagged a repeat order for the development of a 193.2 MW wind power project from The KP Group. This project will be a part of the Wind-Solar Hybrid and State Transmission Utility tariff-based project for increasing Renewable Energy contribution in the state of Gujarat.

AstraZeneca Pharma: This Pharma stock shares gained 6 percent intraday after the company said it will launch Enhertu, a breast cancer drug, in January 2024 in India.
Flair Writing Industries: Shares of Flair Writing Industries fell over 1 percent on December 21, a day after the company reported earnings for the fiscal second quarter ended September 30, 2023. The company’s revenue rose 4.2 percent on-quarter, while its profit increased 3 percent. This is Flair’s first quarterly results after it made its stock market debut earlier this month.

INOX India: Cryogenic tank manufacturer INOX India’s stock started trading at Rs 949.65 while the IPO price was Rs 660. The first company to design and manufacture a trailer-mounted hydrogen transport tank for ISRO, traded at little more than 80 percent premium in the grey market, analysts said.