Stocks That Gained 10-20 Per cent In Trade Today

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The Sensex surged for the third consecutive day, jumping 1300 points in these 3-trading sessions. Select small caps were in the limelight and ended.

The Sensex was trading at 26653.60 up by 286.92 point, while the NSE Nifty was at 8156.65 up by 87.00 points

Asian indices ended the day in green. Meanwhile, European counters were trading also seen trading in green.

Here are a list of stocks that gained between 10-20 percent in trade today.

Chemfab Alkalis

Shares in Chemfab Alkalis jumped 20 per cent in trade today. The stock ended the day at Rs 100.95 at the 20 per cent circuit filter limit with only buyers in the counter.  The shares have a face value of Re 5.

Lincoln Pharmaceuticals

Lincoln Pharmaceuticals was another stock that rallied today. The stock rose 17 per cent to close at Rs 150.40. Not sure what prompted a rally in this stock, but, sentiments for pharma stocks was very high today with Sun and Lupin among the top gainers from the Nifty.

Uniphos Enterprises

The stock of the company rose 13.04 per cent. The Company is engaged in the business of trading of chemicals and also holds 5.91% equity shares of UPL Limited.

The stock ended the trade at Rs 52 and touched intra-day high of Rs 55.20

Lakshmi Energy and Foods Limited

The company is known to produce rice, rice brain oil, wheat floor etc. The shares of the company ended the day at Rs 22.80, higher by 10 per cent.

Indo Tech Transformers

Shares of the company rose after it posted the robust results. The company is engaged in sale of transformers.

The shares ended trade at Rs 243, higher by 9 per cent and touched an intra-day high of Rs 255.95.

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Story first published: Friday, May 27, 2016, 15:21 [IST]
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