6 Stocks That Gained Upto 20% In Trade

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Indian markets were seen trading higher after opening the day flat. The BSE Sensex was up 159.42 points at 28,143.79 points and the 50-share NSE Nifty gained 47.05 points at 8,706.15 points. Some shares mentioned below touched a fresh 52-week high on the NSE.

Here are some of the stocks that gained 20 per cent in trade:

Caplin Point Laboratories

Shares of Caplin Point Laboratories was up 20 per cent at Rs 351.45 and was stuck at the upper end of the circuit filter. There were only buyers in trade.

The stock was also trading at a new 52-week high of Rs 351.45 on the NSE.

Caplin Point was established in 1990 to manufacture a range of ointments, creams and other external applications.

The Company is entering into the Regulated Markets for Injectables through its state of the art manufacturing plant, capable of handling Liquid Injectables in Vials, Ampoules, Lyophilized Vials and Ophthalmic dosages.

Gokul Agro Resources

Gokul Agro Resources also hit a new 52-week high on the NSE today. The stock was locked at the upper end of the circuit filter with only buyers in the counter at Rs 22 on the NSE.

GARL operates across the world with its trade and also has a subsidiary in Singapore in order to cater its international trading operations in the key parts of the world.

GARL has been engaged in manufacturing and exports of industrial products viz. castor oil of various grades and its derivatives.

Kellton Tech Solutions

Shares of the Kellton Tech Solutions rose 18.30 per cent to trade at Rs 119 on NSE. The face value of the company is Rs 5. Check stock quote of Kellton Tech Solutions 

Kellton Tech is a certified software company; aims at building future ready solutions for a wide range of clients including innovative start-ups, enterprise level and Fortune 500 companies.

The company's portfolio comprises an exhaustive list of IT services in Web, SMAC (Social, Mobile, Analytics, Cloud), ERP-BPM and IoT space.


Pokarna Limited

Shares of Pokarna Limited rose more than 18 per cent to end trade at Rs 914 on National Stock Exchange. The reason for the sharp rally in the stock could not be ascertained.

Pokarna Limited was founded in the year 1991 under the vision of Mr. Gautam Chand Jain, Chairman and Managing Director, who recognized the need to offer premium products and services using top-of-the-line technology and infrastructure.

Manugraph India

Shares in Manugraph India was up 19.14 per cent and touched intra-day high of Rs 59.85 during trade. 
The stock was last seen trading at Rs 59.45 on the NSE.

Established in the year 1972 by its founder Mr. S. M. Shah, Manugraph India Ltd., is India's largest manufacturer of web offset presses.

It is the first Indian company to have achieved a breakthrough in exporting "Made in India" printing machines to advanced countries such as Germany, France, UK & USA as early as in 1994-95.

Arihant Foundations & Housing

Arihant Foundations & Housing was also among the major gainers in trade, jumping almost 18.24 per cent to trade at Rs 64.50.

The stock was also trading at a new 52-week high of Rs 64.90 on the NSE.

Arihant Foundations and Housing is a public limited company listed in the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) and National Stock Exchange (NSE) where it enjoys the trust of retail, high net worth and institutional investors thanks to its one of the best dividend paying track-record in the real estate sector.

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Story first published: Thursday, October 20, 2016, 14:09 [IST]
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