These smallcap and midcap stocks staged a smart recovery from day’s low!

Rohit Kale
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These smallcap and midcap stocks staged a smart recovery from day’s low!

Recovery from the lower levels indicates that the market participants actively participated in these stocks at the lower levels.

 

 

On November 25, Nifty opened flat amid mixed global cues. The first hour of the session was quite mixed as Nifty was not able to find either direction. However, it gained upward momentum and tested the level of 17,500. Nifty stayed strong throughout the day and ended November expiry on a good note. In the end, Nifty gained 121 points to close at 17,536. India VIX closed 2 per cent down. Nifty Energy was the top gainer among the sectoral indices as it gained over 2 per cent.   

In today's trade, Reliance Industries was the star performer of the show as it gained 6 per cent today. The top losers today were Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) and Britannia, which plunged 1.5 per cent each. Given the fact that the market traded firmly positive, it would be interesting to know which stocks have witnessed recovery from their day’s low. Recovery from the lower levels indicates that the market participants actively participated in these stocks at the lower levels:    

So, here is the list of stocks that recovered from their lows:   

 

ASTRAL  

ATGL  

AVANTIFEED  

BAJAJCON  

CESC  

DEEPAKNTR  

ENDURANCE  

GESHIP  

IBREALEST  

JYOTHYLAB  

KAJARIACER  

KNRCON  

L&TFH  

PHOENIXLTD  

RBLBANK  

SUNDRMFAST  

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