Stocks That Jumped 10-15 Per cent In Trade Today

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Markets ended the day lower, though there were select stocks that rallied heavily in trade. The 30-share benchmark index ended trade at 25301.90, lower by 97.82 points, while the NSE Nifty was at 7749.70, down by 33.70 points.

Here are stocks that gained between 10-20 per cent in trade.

Websol Energy

Websol Energy rallied almost 13.93 per cent in trade and was among the few stocks that saw a spectacular rally in trade. The stock hit a high of Rs 53.40

Websol Energy System Ltd is a leading manufacturer of photovoltaic monocrystalline solar cells and modules in India. The company is an established player in the photovoltaic modules category.

Sakuma Exports

The shares of Sakuma Exports also rallied in trade today. The stock ended trade at Rs 81.50, per cent higher. The company has specialized and created a niche for itself in the area of export of agro-based commodities.

Lakshmi Precison Screws

Lakshmi Precision Screws ended the day higher by 12.67 per cent. The stock ended the day at Rs 42.25
The company is a leading player in the high tensile manufacturing business which provides fastening solutions to through joint ventures and license agreements.

Surana Solar

Surana Solar was yet another solar energy company that rallied in trade today. The stock gained 14.25 per cent, at Rs 24.45
Surana Solar Limited manufactures Solar Energy Systems with the focus on Solar Photovoltaic PV Modules.

Meghmani Organics

Shares in Meghmani Organics gained 11.84, and closed at Rs 41.10.
The company is a Chemicals manufacturing company, involved in pigments and pesticides. It manufactures an extensive range of organic pigments for printing and coloring in textile, paints.

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Story first published: Friday, May 20, 2016, 15:07 [IST]
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