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  • m cap of top 8 sensex cos surges by rs 72 095 cr

    M-cap of top 8 Sensex cos surges by Rs 72,095 cr

    March 30, 2014 20:14 IST

    Mumbai: In line with a robust stock market, the combined market valuation of eight of the top-10 blue-chip companies surged by Rs 72,095 crore last week, with ONGC, SBI and CIL emerging as the star-performers.Except

  • tcs m cap crosses rs 4 trillion stock at all time high

    TCS m-cap crosses Rs 4 trillion; stock at all-time high

    October 07, 2013 19:31 IST

    Mumbai:  Tata group's IT firm TCS today attained a market valuation of Rs 4 lakh crore after a gap of over a month led by a smart rally in its stock price. At present, TCS

  • m cap of top 7 sensex cos drop by rs 59 572 cr

    M-cap of top 7 Sensex cos drop by Rs 59,572 cr

    September 29, 2013 16:46 IST

    Mumbai: The combined market valuation of top seven Sensex firms dropped by Rs 59,572 crore last week, with energy majors — RIL and ONGC — taking the steepest hit.TCS, ITC, RIL, ONGC, HDFC Bank, HUL

  • top 8 sensex cos add rs 39 723 cr in m cap

    Top 8 Sensex cos add Rs 39,723 cr in m-cap

    June 17, 2012 16:11 IST

    Mumbai, Jun 17: Amid bullish stock market, the cumulative market capitalisation of eight of the top 10 companies grew by Rs 39,723 crore, with state-run Coal India Ltd alone adding Rs 8,432 crore. However, corporate

  • top 10 sensex companies add rs 68 517 cr in m cap ril

    Top 10 Sensex companies add Rs 68,517 cr in m-cap, RIL biggest gainer

    June 10, 2012 17:59 IST

    Mumbai, Jun 10: Led by Reliance Industries, top ten Sensex companies added Rs 68,517 crore to their combined market capitalisation with the benchmark index logging its best weekly gains this year.The BSE benchmark index Sensex

  • m cap of top 10 cos drops by rs 58 797 cr cil biggest loser

    M-cap of top 10 cos drops by Rs 58,797 cr, CIL biggest loser

    May 13, 2012 12:47 IST

    Mumbai, May 13: Amid a weak stock market, the combined market capitalisation (m-cap) of top-10 Sensex companies declined sharply by Rs 58,797 crore last week, with Coal India Ltd (CIL) taking the biggest hit. State-run

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