Stocks below Rs 100: Investors should keep an eye on these low PE and high ROE stocks.
Stocks below Rs 100: Investors should keep an eye on these low PE and high ROE stocks.

Stocks below Rs 100: Investors should keep an eye on these low PE and high ROE stocks.

The benchmark indices were trading mixed this week. On Friday, BSE Sensex closed on a negative note, down around 389.01 points or 0.62 per cent at 62,181.67.

Kiran Shroff Article rating: 4.0

The benchmark indices were trading lower this week. On Friday, BSE Sensex closed on a negative note, down around 461.22 points or 0.75 per cent at 61,337.81. About 1,334 shares had advanced, 2,213 declined and 105 were unchanged.

Stocks below Rs 50: Investors should keep an eye on these multi-bagger stocks which gave a return of more than 1000 per cent!
Stocks below Rs 50: Investors should keep an eye on these multi-bagger stocks which gave a return of more than 1000 per cent!

Stocks below Rs 50: Investors should keep an eye on these multi-bagger stocks which gave a return of more than 1000 per cent!

Multi-bagger stocks are those that generate returns that are greater than 100 per cent higher returns or more in a reasonably short time.

Kiran Shroff Article rating: 4.0

The benchmark indices were trading mixed this week. On Friday, BSE Sensex closed on a negative note, down around 878.88 points or 1.40 per cent at 61,799.03. About 1,408 shares had advanced, 2,151 declined and 121 were unchanged.

Stocks below Rs 100: Only buyers seen in these scrips on September 28
Stocks below Rs 100: Only buyers seen in these scrips on September 28

Stocks below Rs 100: Only buyers seen in these scrips on September 28

The FIIs sold equity worth Rs 2,823.96 crore on Tuesday (September 27) while the DIIs bought equity for a net worth of Rs 3,504.76 crore.    

Sayali Kotwal Article rating: 3.9

At noon on Wednesday, the headline equity indices, i.e. Sensex and Nifty 50 are seen recovering losses after opening on the lower side, owing to a major sell-off amidst recession fears.  

  

Stocks below Rs 100: Only buyers seen in these scrips on September 27
Stocks below Rs 100: Only buyers seen in these scrips on September 27

Stocks below Rs 100: Only buyers seen in these scrips on September 27

The FIIs sold equity worth Rs 5,101.3 crore on Monday (September 26) while the DIIs bought equity for a net worth of Rs 3,532.18 crore.    

Sayali Kotwal Article rating: 4.5

At 11.30 am on Tuesday, the headline equity indices, i.e. Sensex and Nifty 50 are trading flat after opening on the higher side in the pre-market session. This is majorly due to the IT stocks rally that took place on Monday in the US markets. The rupee has now officially crossed the significant 80-mark and is now trading at Rs 81.38 per USD.  

  

Stocks below Rs 100: Only buyers seen in these scrips on September 23
Stocks below Rs 100: Only buyers seen in these scrips on September 23

Stocks below Rs 100: Only buyers seen in these scrips on September 23

The FIIs sold equity worth Rs 2,409.55 crore on Thursday (September 22) while the DIIs bought equity for a net worth of Rs 263.07 crore

Sayali Kotwal Article rating: 4.1

At 11.30 am on Friday, the headline equity indices, i.e. Sensex and Nifty 50 are seen extending their losing streak in the morning, owing to weak global cues.  

Stocks below Rs 100: Only buyers seen in these scrips on September 20
Stocks below Rs 100: Only buyers seen in these scrips on September 20

Stocks below Rs 100: Only buyers seen in these scrips on September 20

The FIIs bought equity worth Rs 312.31 crore on Monday (September 19) while the DIIs sold equity for a net worth of Rs 94.68 crore.

Sayali Kotwal Article rating: 4.1

At the time of market closing on Tuesday, the headline equity indices, i.e. Sensex and Nifty 50 ended almost a per cent higher each thereby, ending the losing streak of the past week.  

Stocks below Rs 100: Only buyers seen in these scrips on September 19
Stocks below Rs 100: Only buyers seen in these scrips on September 19

Stocks below Rs 100: Only buyers seen in these scrips on September 19

The FIIs entered a major sell-off mode and sold equity worth Rs 3,260.05 crore on Friday (September 16) while the DIIs have also sold equity for a net worth of Rs 36.57 crore.    

Sayali Kotwal Article rating: 4.2

At 11.30 am on Monday, the headline equity indices, i.e. Sensex and Nifty 50 are trading marginally higher ahead of the two-day meeting of the US Federal Reserve in which, the central bank is expected to hike the interest rate by 75 basis points.  

Stocks below Rs 100: Only buyers seen in these scrips on September 16
Stocks below Rs 100: Only buyers seen in these scrips on September 16

Stocks below Rs 100: Only buyers seen in these scrips on September 16

The FIIs sold equity worth Rs 1,270.68 crore on Thursday (September 15) while the DIIs bought equity for a net worth of Rs 928.86 crore.    

Sayali Kotwal Article rating: 4.3

 At 12.30 pm on Friday, the headline equity indices, i.e. Sensex and Nifty 50 were trading lower by a per cent as the markets seem to accommodate the upcoming rate hike by US Federal Reserve amongst recession fears.  

  

Stocks below Rs 100: Only buyers seen in these scrips on September 15
Stocks below Rs 100: Only buyers seen in these scrips on September 15

Stocks below Rs 100: Only buyers seen in these scrips on September 15

On the sectoral front, BSE Power, BSE Auto & BSE Utilities were the major gainers whereas BSE IT, BSE Metal, and BSE Realty were the major wealth eroders.  

Sayali Kotwal Article rating: 4.4

At day end  on Thursday, the headline equity indices, i.e. Sensex and Nifty 50 closed the session on the steeper side, owing to inflation fears and weaker sentiments in Asia Pacific markets.  

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