AU Small Finance Bank Ltd tops group “A” losers

R Systems International Ltd, Indostar Capital Finance Ltd, Ramkrishna Forgings Ltd and Asahi India Glass Ltd are among the other losers in BSE ‘A’ group today, August 31, 2021.

R Systems International Ltd, Indostar Capital Finance Ltd, Ramkrishna Forgings Ltd and Asahi India Glass Ltd are among the other losers in BSE ‘A’ group today, August 31, 2021.

AU Small Finance Bank Ltd lost 11.91% to Rs 1140 at 2:50 p.m. IST. The action was the biggest loser in BSE Group “A”. On the BSE, 4.61 lakh shares were traded at the box office against the average daily volumes of 1.26 lakh shares over the past month.

R Systems International Ltd crashed 4.63% to Rs 201.7. The action was the second biggest loser in Group “A”. On the BSE, 16,805 shares traded over the counter compared to the average daily volumes of 37,615 shares in the past month.

Indostar Capital Finance Ltd fell 3.56% to Rs 292.15. The action was the third biggest loser in Group ‘A’. On the BSE, 12,119 shares were traded at the box office against an average daily volume of 24,093 shares in the past month.

Ramkrishna Forgings Ltd fell 3.39% to Rs 988.05. The action was the fourth biggest loser in Group ‘A’. On the BSE, 16,747 shares were traded at the box office against an average daily volume of 28,512 shares in the past month.

Asahi India Glass Ltd corrected 3.39% to Rs 358.9. The action was the fifth biggest loser in Group “A”. On the BSE, 7,903 shares were traded at the box office against an average daily volume of 20,964 shares in the past month.

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