Overnight Digest: Stocks to keep an eye on February 20!

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Overnight Digest: Stocks to keep an eye on February 20!

Watch out for these large-cap stocks in Monday’s trading session!

While BSE Energy, BSE Oil & Gas and BSE Capital Goods were the only sectors to post gains, Indian domestic indices concluded the session lower as a result of sharp losses in real estate, telecommunication and banking stocks. The BSE Sensex fell 0.52 per cent to 61,002 level at the close. The Nifty 50 index lost 0.51 per cent to a level of 17,944.   

Watch out for these Large-Cap stocks in Monday’s trading session - 

Adani Wilmar - Shares of Adani Wilmar were locked in a 5 per cent upper circuit for the second consecutive session with a considerable increase in volume following numerous sessions of sharp fall. Even still, shares have dropped more than 20 per cent over the past month and are considerably below their 52-week high of Rs 878.35 per share on the BSE.  

FSN E-Commerce Ventures - The company's entry into reputable Indian discipline of holistic wellbeing was marked by the launch of Nyveda, a brand-new Ayurvedic beauty and wellness brand. Two hair oils are available in the line: Nyveda Revive My Roots & Nyveda Restore My Shine. Shares ended the session half a per cent higher.  

Power Grid Corporation of India - Power Grid Bhuj Transmission Limited (a wholly owned subsidiary of Power Grid Corporation of India) has successfully commissioned the project post securing a mandate through tariff based competitive bidding to establish transmission system for providing connectivity to RE Projects at Bhuj-II (2000 MW) in Gujarat on a ‘Build, Own, Operate and Maintain’ basis.  

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