Volumes surge at the counter of the Great Eastern Shipping Company Ltd

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Great Eastern Shipping Company Ltd registered a 7.03 lakh share volume at 10:51 am IST on BSE, an increase of 58.8 times greater than an average daily volume of 11,950 shares over two weeks.

Other stocks seeing increased volumes on BSE today, December 6, 2021 are ERIS Lifesciences Ltd, Dalmia Bharat Ltd, Happiest Minds Technologies Ltd, Fortis Healthcare Ltd.

Great Eastern Shipping Company Ltd registered a 7.03 lakh share volume at 10:51 am IST on BSE, an increase of 58.8 times greater than an average daily volume of 11,950 shares over two weeks. The share rose 0.80% to Rs.297.85. Volumes rose to 11,704 shares in the last session.

ERIS Lifesciences Ltd registered a volume of 13,588 shares at 10:51 am IST on BSE, which is 2.51 times the average daily volume of 5,409 shares over two weeks. The share rose 4.07% to Rs. 734.40. Volumes rose to 3687 shares in the last session.

Dalmia Bharat Ltd registered a volume of 72,565 shares at 10:51 am IST on BSE, an increase of 2.37 times over the two-week average daily volume of 30,594 shares. The stock fell 1.90% to Rs 1,834.95. Volumes rose to 31,597 shares in the last trading session.

Happiest Minds Technologies Ltd registered a volume of 33,565 shares at 10:51 am IST on BSE, a 1.65-fold increase over the two-week average daily volume of 20,301 shares. The stock gained 5.00% to Rs 1,342.40. Volumes stood at 11,416 shares in the last trading session.

Fortis Healthcare Ltd registered a volume of 3.41 lakh shares at 10:51 am IST on BSE, a 1.48-fold increase over the two-week average daily volume of 2.30 lakh shares. The stock slipped 3.19% to Rs.276.05. Volumes rose to 53,352 shares in the last session.

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